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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i It 1 JrJ t t c1 l 0t r fJt A Jtr tio1 4 jr L t J t tr ft i 4 4 Ji lit I rFrrjftM rinfftth- t t k4frl 7 JJo iP it i Ii fIf ii f q ti C- cc +i i t J r DEVQED TO TilE v INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY f i 4 f tw 1I t i 4ttft I t q I YQUNt VI rii SPRINGFIELD XY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 5 1IOi 1 fl i Iii LJl ItAt Ar l DIATH SUMMONS i GOOD PEOPLESp- me fJh Best jnpwii and Most Beloved People r of The putY8ufD9W by Death ii V- Ding the Past Two Weeks j fay HOMES MOURN DEMISE OF i LOVED ONES i 7 BARBER In the ieath of Mrs Mary Helena Barber w lich occurred at the nome of llier husbi d Philetus Barber D renV Jeri 25th pWashmgtoncounty lost one oEits bChristian and most loyabll BatbandIastear went to North Carolina to- trMto ieMperate The tri waa With out any good results however and apoo her lreturnto Kentuckyshe cop traued to grow worse until the end came Du rmpf all her suff eringj how ever she was patient her thoughts bef in hotkof ilbelfbut of thqwe1fare of t helUt le ones she had to leave iMraf Batber was the second child of- Jj 4and Sarah Anderson Hamilton and was born March 32 1869 July 8 1890she as married toP S Barber Jr Mr Batber and five children Piety Sarah JRKS sL A and John surviv- ethedeceazd also her parents aud sev1 erar brothers and sisters Mrs Barber was a deVbutmembervi itlie Caehurch and because of her JId lltyr church and her may Chnstian ttributes shestood very high inthe church having been a member 3f the Tmrd Order of St Dominic With a host of frierids eJoiinex rending to tke1 family pur sympathy RIEDEL God called another of his little ones onto Himself this afternoon when the spirit ofilittle Nellie Baby Riedel topfc flight from errestrial ins and suffering to mak iits ome with numberless other little angefsiwhom the Master has bade come unto Him Aithd only five years old the little giis life hid to a great extent been nEfor sickkiess It seemed asif she wpuld from one spell to be sejzed r Some weeks ago sh onlytlCOVAr whooping cough from arions arose until r 8Ome littleoners life has been despaired of ilelllft Rufey was the on ly child of ix sandrs Bessie RiedeL For e time shlehadinade h home with 4soth grandpabmtsMr and Mrs R C GBobhtt and was as great a darling with them as a cpiild could be Because of r berv beauty and brightness she was a general favorite and received attention froth all Wi h whom she came in contact We extend our sympathy to the grief stricken mot her and gTandparents and pthers who loyea her ThOMPSON LThe sad fadingB were received here Sunday mjorning of the death olf Mrs 1May Lear FjiOIflSOfleWhIch occurred at Ash1le hour that morning Her death was caused by tuberculo4s frojn which she had jlonfQeen a sufferer Th decerelw1s thirtyone years tf age vas daughter of Squire Lear of tfiscounty SomeTy ears he iarrie4 Mr Walter Thpmpspa ago shortly afterward moved to North olina on account ofbe th altb Mr Thompson jalittl iJaWhterrber par ents end brothers and sisters 8urvivei The remains were broughUiere Mpn 4ay and inferred fr Pleawtnt Grove EDEIEN- Thiis cOmmunitywa shocked on Sat urday last to hear of the death of Miss Kat JMe Jen which occurred at her home at two oclock Saturday afternoon Heart disease was the immediate cause of death Until about a week prio to her death Miss Kate had been in her usual state of health After be ing taken down her family felt that no immediately serious results would en sue from her illness until Thursday be foreher death when she began to grow steadily wojse At the time of her death Miss Kate Ecleten was fortyeigbtyears old She was a member of one df the old fami liesxjf the county having been ja daughter bf the late Leonard and Lucetta Edln She was also a sisterj of Miss Carrie EcteIennd Mr Greg Edeten of SprirjigfielS Tom Edelen of Louisville and Beri Edeieh of Alabama who survive The v as prpbab1ynowornan in this county more iinasisuminff and self sacri ficing No one who in a quiet way did more good or was a greater comfort or dependence to thoseshe loved than the dece4sed Her death will be sorely felt by her family and her neighbors and friends = Th4 funeral services Were conducted at Sti Dominics church Monday morning ahd were attended by many friends whowent to pay tribqteto a real CJhris itian life Jt MULtlteAN V Mrsi Nannie Mullican died at the hpme 6f her husband Mr Geo dulli can Jrhnredajy Dec 23 1909 after an ilinessj from typhoid fever of sejveral jyeeks duration For some days prior to thft time of death all hope for the recovery ofr JMrs Mullican was aban doned Nevertheless all that medical skill and kind attention could do was done Utitil the end tame The funeral services were conducted at the Chris tian chirqh Jfhilay afternoon and the1 body interred in the Mullican lot in St Dominics cemjetery Mrs1Mulilcan was the daughter of Barlow and was 32 years of go In February 1902 she was united in marriage with Mr Ge6 Mullican and to them one child fWilliaQMr MtllicanuryiveMr Mulhcan is also survived by two sisters Mrs Wjtn Goode and Mrs Dud Shehan and three brothers i liEDELEN- i Mr jWm KlEdeie one of the best known i and most highly respected citi zens of the county died at his home at BKncoef Wednesday Dec 29 at1 oclock StIi Rose the next morning Death vvaa caused by thte ruosis from which Mr Edelen had beeaa sufferer for some bDle Mr Edelen was the sop of Mr Geo Ed len Sand JYas thirtyfour years of age Inf 1902 he was maiMissLi- Jlie Cambron daughter olfrtCr S L JfnbrojMrs Edelen aodWtChid Mi81rvwe the husband MM father He is also survived bvbis father and several brotherrand skaters While yet a young man Will Edelen had established a reputatieH foibeety ndjrobity4and hiMeath robs thieao3 yk tytf a citizen it can ill altord to Jy Nzzi c I IJl tlfA AI f gWhen skids are cold with wintry stars apd hiyisv Wi f Are white With yesterevshs snow and life ti skyIt 1 With ever lonely homelestUound and chills flyacqWhile In the pause his hot ihe cricket trlllsf11 4 Oh then how dear Is homes and W1f ascMet i j Of ruddy warmth and peace beguiles the mind And what a charm In listening while the wind rtBlows fiery outside through winters starry tents r And away around the windowpane t JAfldeyer rises Iqud and dies again JErnest War urton Shurtleff rI BOSLEV Died at the Masonic Widowsand Orphans Home in Louisville on Sunday last Mrs Logan Bos ley of the infirmi ties incident to advanced age Many years ago Mrs Bosley made her ihomeat this place where her husband a member ofthe well known Bosley family was a merchant and later proprie tor ota hotel Mr Bosley died years JgirSnd for some time his widow has lived at the Masonic Home In spite ot the fact thatthe deceased was 91 yeas of age she was in the best of health un til about a month prior to her death when she began to faiLrapfdly About ten years ago she gainediherfsecona sight Funeral services were held at the Home Monday afternoon and the re mains were brought here yesterday and interred on Cemetery HIIL YOUNG Died at the home ofh husband near Manton Mrs LnuisYoungSun- d y mo rnin1Jan2d of child birth The iuneral services were held at St Rose church Monday morning and the remains interred in St Rose cemetery The deceased prior to hermarriage to Mr Young one of the prominent young farmers of this county was a Miss Mul lican the daughter of Mr Sim Mulli can bf Daviess county Mrs Uoun g leaves her husband and severalsmall children rr Tobacco Sales Jjarg4 quantities of tobacco have been s1d on the local market during the past week and at prices aboye any heretofore realized It has been the rule rather than the exception for the prices to go above 20 cents per pound while several crops have gone to 23 and 231 cents per Dotind Both houses are getting all the tobacco that they can handle RESOURCES Loan anc Disceunts31323311- jJS 5000000 Banking House and Fixtures 400000 Overdrafts 919407 Cash and due from Banks 7036121 Total444678889LIABILITIES mock5SOOOO 00 Circulation 5000000 SurplusrFundi 36000 Undivided Profits 404057 Bills Jlediscountedf 350000 Dep08iil 30324 82 Total 44788 8- 9w IWnnl1igL Honors r One ofthe Springfield girls Whois taking a prominent part at college is Miss MabeV Williams who is a student at Hamilton College Lexington Re centlv at a meeting of the department of Fine Arts held at the Womans Club in Lexington Miss Willianis gave a talk ott The Arts and Crafts Movement in the United States which was said by the to have been d cidedlv the feature pf the occasion In spite of the fact tfrat this is Miss Wil hams Hamilton she has taken a very high stand at thatmstitu tion having recently been elected an editor oCthe college publicatio- nSuccesfuL Entertainment As is4 lways the case with entertainments prom6tedand arranged by Prof Gee W Cplvih the declamatory contest at the OPera House among students of the graded school was a success in ev ery way7 and waVgrea ly enjoyed jby those present Miss Lei Robefts t re citing a Scene from Leahtwon the medal offered the best declaimer among LawrenceQBrya declared the winner among the boys The declamations were interspersed t with yocal and instrumental musical se lections those Pies of Boyh d- How delicious were the pies of boyhood No pies now ever taste so good Whats changed The Bies No its youjlroave lost the strong the vigorous her the active kidneys the regular BdjfceU of boyhood Your digestion is poof and you blame the jfood Whats needed A complete toning up by JElectn bitters of alt organs of di gesridh Stomach Liver Kidneys Bow els Try them Theyll restore ppieciationoffood QcatHaydpn STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE First NationalSPRINGFIELD KY i At Close of Business December 31 1909 BondsA H r Lexingtonpapers tirstiyearat f lthystomach Gross Earnings paste mohtns 822611 Bal Undivided Profits 339703 Total o11623 14 Disposed of as follows Paid Dividend No 76 of 6 per cent iu m 300000 Added to Fund 2 per centH lOOOQO Paid Expanses 200000 Paid Taxed 82498 Leaving Undivided Profits 8 per cent JM 1i 5 i t Total 1 f 2W AG M1 L1tb ciMiir t f tr c J WQOL i ir GROWERSL 1 Of This CountyOrganize County Board Committee Named The wool growers of Washington county met at the First National Bank for the purpose of orgamzragand es iablishng a County oardotaKe charge of the business Wt A Clem t ehts called the meeting toprder and Was elected Chairman andWi JXrClay Wooke Secretary Upon the motion Jtbata committeeman be appointed in elj oLingindtbeiigrrii the I flwing committeqniicbre named- d4icktown7 t Hamifton 2rMo tsvuliJ t1 yesh rovetjHG tWit rga JSha tw= HendrenW Lr Graniinv jtettsvile W H Milurne o H Gi i1rQdk f tZ H l Y91onroCc1 t lIfolOWA Clemehts I 1I Kelly Shop L F Gregory W A Clements was chosen as dele gate from this county to the State meeting in Louisville f The meeting then adjournecLtill t Sat urday Jan 8 1910 at whTctSme all of the wool growers ofthecountjande- specially the preciijct committeemen are urged to be present t HAPPY HOLLOW V j- n Mr John Crow and family speintTSun day with the family of Mr olpjnon Kays at thlf drIt M ShielSliiSnfieverar days with jiis fathrMr Milton Shields of near PulHam i r Mr and JMrs Edward Hanb y and Mr Walter Baby spent Saturday antfSun day with the family of MdJthi Armstrong at this place ni Mr Solpmon Kays andtfainiiyspent- several days last week with the family of Mb H P Chesser of heat Potin Mr J InmanandttodaughfCJS spent Saturday afternoon with the fam ily of Mr iagar Settles MrBil1 poulton wsl called herE by the death of his sister MrsBellzona Hanbv which occurred on the 30th day of December Mr Ed Scott of nearPOlih spent last week i with his srMrs John Crow at this place Mr Gilbert Chesepent Tuesday and Wednesday with his sister Mrs Sokimon Kays Ufi Walter1 Hanby spen6lasifSunday withMr Eraatns Shields Mr Sblotjion Kaya was hi gpringfield Saturday oq business w i Mip Erastus Perk and wife spent Sunday with her father Mr John Armstrong and family tt Death of Mrs Hanby Mrs Bellzona Hanby died at her home on December 30th 1909 after a long illness consumption aged about 40 years Deceased was a loving moth er and J devotedluster tnd wasia gjoodf1 Christian WdmanTbeleaains were interrecCin he WilUsburg cemetery on Saturday Shells iurvedby fpur on4 don daughter fouj b oth r iand three sisters and a host of friend to riO jmourn their oss1 A FRIEND i eathof Mrs Ever God has again shown us thtthia is noltr our abiding place by entering the Jiornf Mr Jim p Bwerand taking therefrom bJs TbeloVed wife on Thurs day December 36 Ia00i Her death was due to pneun oniiurSheWMlaid to rest i n the WJHi9bur cemetetyion Friday at It olo 1tSh taytftm hftsband two sisters asd QiltIers and a hpsi oif frlenQ8Iir rjilativ to mourn herd I r4 A FRIEND 11i 7W r I CrJMr US cfyj t ir Ii4SThAs WEDDINGS td Several Couples M Dsri 1oI1daYSN jr i Whayne Wotet vujnthe presence of a Largeerswdt friends and relatives Mrs Alke WlMf t and Mr Elijah C WaotILf Iba14 Kyqwere united Jn raarmici Rfty Jf fH Williams performing thi CcramMy t Mrs Byron Croake fru ittTn nrjMi twhile TMiss Frances Ktrti MC fCa4 i Me Thine Own bffbritfcec Iv Wwas performed Th iIyattast were DrjWv StaHwd ad life Will fNoe the latter a Jto Uwr of tie fenfe Little Misses CathVrinV Nelas aId Lucille Npe were the ribWrh Jri R Selecman and Rickettt Jfcwhjjjr were ushers v fTJie bride was teaututty x tttUMi in blue cloth and wore akrge MMkt picture hat Immediately after the ceremoBj Mn and Mrs Wopten left for a visit to fee family The bridlS the oldest dukt c et Mr C WOe and numbers h r frMMMfc JHHby her acquaintanceg Iftr l pptiMi iia fiuccessfulyodng 1awyerofHaza- at which place theyoui p yfll make their home r Miller WiHiams AwJdin the news otcwMefc will be of interest to pririgfIe1jii4Tffaafc iriigton county pe6ple7WMi soleawiia- in ki Bardstown Tuesday Dec 28 wfct Miss Bertha Miller and Dr Radi i Williams were united m warn at the home of Dr T It WilhaBM Be4k of the contracting partlyare ot Ntw Rope Nelson county the brkk Woii of the most beautiful ai4d ttiactiv t1 the young womenofCetra1 Jtimtucfcr She is a daughter of tlMteteTi Jw j Millet arid a sister of Mrs W P Trusty of this place whisi s often visited Dr Wi1lias JonM1711o lived in tliiscounty and M actfMy Jesse Williams of Mapie Hillg now JDrtheir home at New Hope v j t i1C0 1I Miss IdaY ung But NiI eon two pbpular ybunff peapieof tiwr place surprised their friends a JMi Tuesday by erK united in nwrjiiHr s H the Methodist parsonage atLi 1 Rev W P BaIrd performing lMe mony The bride was visiting at the ht Mi et her uncle Mr Vfoo Y Mm tmi her parents knew nothW bf tiw airff until after teceremony wa jttrfemdt Mrs Nelson is tire youest- o HhiMr Mr and Mn yl4o mi an accomplished ypuny lady wkte tkgroohi is a son of the latb Mr ainljHflL John Nelson y The onlyatteiMkBtawejtf IMiM NiUiey Young cousin of th bride w itiv Isaac Graham of Bebanon The younjsTCouple have a lon list C triends who extend conf ratuIaUoei t f T Cured of a Severe Attack of BrfwcliMc kf ChaM rUkts Cwf Op Octoler 18 last my Mtttel tars year old daugbter conCnKtM cold Whfch resulted in YfemS ebronchitis says Mrs W GJ GisLengtofl Ky She lost tfc pas power speech completely awl WM j very child Fortunately wad a bottle of Chamberlains R m 4 in the boss and gave It to her JJecon Ientirely well Qther coW aJ icoSfcrtte wRMk I attrMkite to this spleadid cine I comnveMi ChambrUma iwttlk Remedy air as 11 it the rrii trIlot JTh i t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JANUARYrxo Y tLcolJ FARM AND STOCK 1 t a fof Insttfarme and Live Stock and Poutryt Raisers L 0rYfMi dd1 pruneyburgrapiavinrr Noyemerbetter put it off till Feb I1 H Ifror about the first week m March Government preliminary esti le places tbe 199 hay ropat 64r MO tons tgajhsV59788 QOton3 inJ and a five years of 60671000 toilsi iees the late hatched chickens arev JMpall the fcrdwihg foods hey will eat I MV mi y be stunted when cold weather 4n lok out for badjhabits in your colts is so much easier to keep them bub i it is to get rid of them if they i Ht a hold birthe young horse Always wrap table or bed linen or- ahprl t1erarticle of white goods which m to lie stored awav m dark blue pa jpcto keep it from turning yellow AH good farmers watch the cpnditipn falrinfcir colts when put into winter 4rters A colt allowed to lose its colt fc and become thinwill neyer make- S a e horse he would keptgwing from f I ilartU bDenmark the greatest 4irycoun iff in the world small farmers milk ree times a day In the last Wt7ntyl e years wonderful has i i made by careful breeding VMtvy egg production is riot so much awsultof the breed but rather a careil r JU culling of the norilay erii and breed t from the best layers Give ducks a spring mattress of f fliMtt thick straw Remember j that un t yt chickens they roost jdn the ground j i iici is a cold lumpy bed at this sea Jfcickff grow faster whten there is ho j pirteV for them to swim in but there bellenty of water in the troughs Ptroughs hpuTctBe placed on pint nag so they cannpi puddle up the gnpnd along side J fke price of hogs keeps soaring ItI Vrits like ten dollar hogs before the fxtjramtoer is over With these prices ill farmer cannot afford to let a pig peal twice for something to eat Bet R pr give it to him at the first squeal if j m know whatis bestoryou as well a jEwr him amy your cows They will teach jjv more than can be found mmatiy Spfte Read daity ard stock books and ppipers and then study your cows in the lICit of this reading Talk to your jhoors and to scientific jhen about r cows And your mind will broaden Western grairmen say that never gtnt the miinngindustry attained i- tsJ piropbrtions has there been such Viompl6te cleaning up of wheat as bas jMoarid this year m the winter wheat tete The high prices forced by the Mten corn r reduced the gerieral aell ItrlMS been demonstrated that selling WfX at eight and ten nionths old and pttfe at one and two years id the most p able way to dispose of them At e ages they yield more netDrofi ktllev feed and labor bestowed tf T than if kept to older age But if I practice is kept up generally the pMtion of the future will be where wfl vwe get br edm stock from which i supply the eyer increasing demand CWth cattle and hogs jpTMEAD MJJSTJNS To one cupful of tIteal mush add one half a cupttil of jlfc one Kellrbeaten egg one tea J fMJenful of sugar and one cup of sifted fl vr in which has been sifted two tt a nfuls of baking powder Stir well Aether beating at least three min ksand bake in hotjnuffin pans Napoleanrs Grit was of the unconquerable neveraaydiej- KM the kind thatyou need most when 3rnave a bad cold cough or lung dis eke Supppse troches cough syrups tod liver oil pr doctbrd have all failed- t Tpse heart or hope Take Dr figs New Discovery Satisfaction h adcuraflteedwhen used for any throat oij Jk g trouble It has saved thousands 5a les sufferers It masters stubborn ttb obstinate coughs hemorrhages Jfe asthma hay fever and sarelawrtig leId Sun t1OI per yir- s J hiiaM C ouraaJUtt AN OFENr 1YI= B00Ii of Is Ben Johnsons Record Dis cussed By JudgeL H t Irn Ii 0Bardstpwn i Ky Dec 17Judge I H JThurman of Springfield Ky made a speech here Monday in favorof local option He spoke to a crowded house He said in his speech that he was Just out of a heated election that he was tired and worn out that he was seeking a much drestand would not have come to Bardstpwn at this time except toc rrJctsine misrepresentations which were being made relative ta his position upon the local option question In the course of his Remarks he also said But wtfy should rbother about being misrepresented Is that not the way in Kentucky now especially when a man holds or is a prospective candidate for office iis not your own mostdis bngutshed citizens position ont is very question almost daily misrepre sented and purely for political pur countyIpap r iRne largest distillery plants inJNetspn cpun ty Wlien i and all of you know that he never at any time had any interest directly or indirectly in the manufacture or sale bf whisky You and I know and every maxi willing tp know the truth knows that the rordsofio County Clerks office kept within a Jhundred feet pf where I now stand barmute testimony to the fact that the first vote lie ever cast in his life was for local option in Bardstown He jhas voted that way for nearly a guar It6r of a century At the last le ionI held in this county upon the ques which was three yeais oQel then voted for local option dl know and everybody knows that he will again rote for local option next Saturday He is a plain man of few words and yet a man who is not afraid to express his convictions In mv recent canvass for reelection as Circuit Judge of the Eleventh Judicial district when lwas r beiiig fought by the whisky interests of that district as perhaps no man was ieyer fought before Ben Jphnspn was the only man holding public office in Kentucky outsjde of my district who came tp my assistance In a speech made in the vk3ry camp of the enemy with distilleries standing all about him he boldly and plainly stated that upon the question of local option he stood exactly where he had always stood that he had always voted for it and al ways intended to do iso He has never trimmed he has never dodged Though he beats nb drum blows tip horn and never marches with a brass band you need neVer doubt his position upon any public question MoreS than that he is a dry man of the righindhe practices what he preaches He is one of the few men of my acquaintance of whom it can be truthfully aid that neither spirituous vinous nor malt liquor ever passed his JfPsa glorious example to the youthof this country But I came to talk oyoJiof other map ters You people of poison coun know tq ese things better than IdO L oIfJt i 1 if HAND Us Yuth FOR f ir I JOB PRINTING TIlE WORK IS 1TIIEPRICEIS 11 Jlt IfkJr ki1 f SHOE SIZES Hw thf Standard at Mtasurtment4 Was E t birhtd lt1s most difficult for manyperonto- 4rezuiMiileT ll tbv iM es of theIr differ enL articles of wearing apparel Colj lurs shirts audulovesaru easy enough because nth castS of these Itleamutter of nctunT iichesrBut tbfjnat and shoe numbers are what puzzjo most peopH to fisiy nothing of the mystery why nNo 11 stocking goes with a NpvS hoe i This last puzzle Is however easily explained Stockings have always been measured by the inch from heel to toe but the numbering of shoes was fixed a long tfrne ago by a Frenchman t The frenchman permanently fixed the numbers of shoes for nIl EUrope and America He arbitrarily decided that no human foot be smaller than th eJtndHPenelgbth Inches So calling this point zero be allowed onethird of an Inch to a size iind accordingly built lip his scale It cannotlfindunless bpbe an expert arithmetician l EVen then ibe Is likely to go wrong tbijcause nil the shoe Aspcrts allow for- t1e welghtHof the Individual and the build of hfy foot before Uiey try to determine that size shoe he ought to wear As far jut womens shines are con cerned the problem Is still wore difficult because many of the manufac turers instead of keeping to the jegu lar scale have marked down siSfJelr numbers Our or two slzesLn r captureeasuy flattered customers For this reason most dealers asjt o tof town customers to send an old shoe with their orders The system of measuring hafiIs much simpler Any inn n can tell what size be wears simply bj adding the width Dod length of the Inner brim and then dividing by two Orders can also be sent to the jfshtfpketper by stating the circumference ojf the head Boston Globe BURNED PAPER MONEYi iSourcDAt the redemption windows of the treasury and of the suhtreasuries oJ thr country any silver coin that urn not been mijtljated willfully cud whlcl still Is recoKUizablf tttfrurttbt nilnts of the United Suites wm be redeemec at face valiie this In SOUl ot tht fact that the sliver hi the jvorn colt may not be worth half Its face value A4 to gold oofn the Koveruinent taurta only a small portion of the loss from ab rasron but acrofdlhg to weight rejlpl1lIn tlie case 1tbe paper currency twofifflin of a note must be presented If ttsbnll be redoen d or a new note issued and no matter what the elidence1 may be as to total destinictlpn of this paper currently the governitient lIilIvldualtlosscerned Fire may melt 1000 worth of silver coins und it Is worth Its metal C1IdlcOlnsundnew twenty dollar gold pieces for the mass But the ishetof 1000 In pa petxurrcncy Is without value Itrthe thouKands of fires over the country every year IInvolving office factories business houses and family residences an untold total otlegnlttender notes of all kinds are scbpaperlostthe government or to a national bank It Is promissory note hopelessly lost to the holder It Is even more for In ninny cases an Individual man might redeem his debt obligation If be were assured by the bolder of It that the piece of paper to which be bad signed bis niiim had been destroyed by accident and by np cbuuce could turn up again against him Chicago Tribune Pope as a Witness Pope like Garrick made but a poor figure In the witness box He was cited to appear In defense of Bishop Atterjjury when that prelate was tried for hgb treason in the house of lords In 17ii3 1 never could speak In pub lie he told JSpence afterward and 1 dont believe that if it was u set thing 1 could give an account of any story to twelve friends together though 1 Could tell It to any three of them with a great deal of pleasure When I was to appear for the bishop of ROchester In his trial though 1bndbut ten words to say rand that on a plain point 1bOwthe bishop spent his time When II was with him at BrowleYJ 1 made two or three blunders inlt and tbat notwIthstanding the first row of lords which was sill could spej were most ly Of my acquaintance London Standard The Lost Company Hungry IsupposeV said the sharp faced woman as she opened tbc door Jose i little bit fj waySrerl no no Idea wkat company a mans shad t rfu to him while he is travelfn along the road t Considerate Muggins is not handsome anti tie knows It When his first baby was born he asked Does It look like weft of icourse they replied in the affirms H jiYefl said he wIth a sigh break It my wife ntlrondQn Tit t f rjf i h l iWt J = IdRApHIC REPI ENTATION OF THE INF- lMpWM g op TtI8 Y t STVfE KMAL scHooL Pot iliowitratb atari a ilinttw rw lttredth6Sillarsal Grsenh1INnuq3 lora rtidiatli MaMjWVo torj the itBltr of zzdeits tub tout Snltiplf tin somber of Job repre liig the rinofcr tit StdstTechirz wto hue ilundii rtwaj s 1 f tM vnngt mliSi Maiuekilirajia ich aolLool41sttanclu111 inv your eonduioai ij the nine of the sncationiluricj the Tulsa lormal is nosering tit Conanwulfcof Iirtwky A Tai HtiBiU that diffmat children of lentneij hITS bus Uacktor iinow jWar fcHH the StsteztTuher wl6 aait H T4irIIIFaIIIIS li TU fcmiflj launched u a State initita to Jtnwry a little morthanin u4 opiiitf yic qt tlQr siht7tys 85 per mi of Use ikildm lira la the ml dirtte if ftntaciyi gias at the couiscs iaajrajthAtttiis htol Ii resehio the nana IntttekyUtoWeoajnidiUUdiipsntln MtalManioftUs mtiMtitati that is Mi Wa4iatiiiaUrMtoftia boysand gizLsefIatoky ItUooii gmtworlforTMUnIntu ricIyLums thisarniot nppert ctthecitustip tlIV Coiiaoawea14 NeuralgiaPains Are the result of an abnoriiiaJ condition of the more proniinent nerve branches caused by con gestion irritation or dis ease If you want to relieve the pain try for Miles AntiPain Pills They often relieve when every Theyleavaftereffects Just a pleasurable sense of relief Try them 1 headache right reallyafraJdthatmyeyes neuralgia aln around my heart Ihave ben taking Dr Miles Anti PalO Pius recently arid find they relieve these troubles seldom find it necessary to tnkemore than two for complete relief MRS KATHERINE BARTON JU7 VallejeSt Carthage Mo neuralgiaandbave thelasttbayalwnysre1Jcebad with neuralgia that I sometimes SometimesItbut never e and they are sure to Relieve more MRS FERRIER febYourPI and we authorize him to onlyIfMiles Medical Co Elkhart Ind qlllItt1IL1DI CLUBBING RATES s WITH amsYiLLh DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times one year3 50 The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except Sunday 6 40 Same including Sunday 8 20 The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any thr days in the week 371 The Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any three days in the weeky six months 2 80 The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one year2 80 The dailyHeraldThe Sun and the Louisville Evening Post ond earfM 3 1naWiJlIJldllDa1lam1 S1cans-t mEESewing MacLiae runs lighter than any other mlast longer titan any otter iGcfflEE Sismore beautiful than any oth- erfREE kai less vibration than any other IREE18 easIer to operate titan any other fREE t makes a more perfect stitch than any other mEEI of all coin Dined in one IKEE SWING MACHINE CO CHICAGO n ILLINOIS ROBERTSON CLAYBROOK CO Agent Ii Springfield Ky zIUIYOUR j t EYES and fit GLASSES on We have just t tlie Greatest Line of itSpectacles in Centr1i fKentucky All thelt est style Glasses and any style Rims Fep i can furnish you Itfithf the best grade ot goods AS at the Lowest Prices Jf f GREAT BARGAINS IN 9A f 21 JEWEL WATCHES4t We can Suit You in Everything the Jewelry line tfDM RUSSELL 44t4 MHtiJ itu1tr tMji 4t + WIr i 2GREENLBarberShop 4Ihave purchasedof Mr Raymond Nally his Barber Shop next to the Walton hotel and will conduct theL4 business at the same stand I am always readyto serye y my customers and askthat you give me a share of your t patronage tfJam agent tor the Home Laundry pi Ixtusyiile andhY 1Dry CleajinK and Eressini establishment in cbnneetion witn My When wanting or your clothes need Cleaning and Pressing call on me All work guaranteed + Mw+ IsIssissitsisStsiesLs1sissIIsissls tI Ii WEEKLY J i j COURiERJOLeRNAkq t J rl tj 1 JtA 4 Henry WattiriM Edittf lJt j fls a national Newspaper Democratic in 4i i politics It prints all the newsHwithoutt j 4 fearor fayor The rogular0prkjs i1IQQiLkS v1 f a year but you czti get the Y15t IJ 4 COURIERJOURNAL and r t i JTIIrESUN L 4 Jt J3OTHONE YEAR FOR OlXl4 i i j 15O r t JiF t If you will give or send sour orderto ifth iIlpaperTnot to the Courier JoujnaL l Jt i IDaily Courier Journal one year ir OQtt tf d Sunday Courier Journal one year 1t r 1200 A t 0 t We can give uon1binationq rite SOfl Dally or Sunday it you will write this i paper 2 jl 4 iiiiIIIIII j ti THE SUN AND t J LOUISVILLE TIMES ti 11 PER YEAR35O 111 il 4e i HI IlIRIIIILIi l i ti d y rj v i H I 0 I C r r jriE SPRINFILD SUN WEDNESDAY JANUARY 5 1910 I JG 1 M y 1i t h I3X IIANGE I t i XCERPJiS t Sayings and Dugs of the Press t df j S0r engkem nts ehappaWsome ndm marriage J 4The ability to take a drhk and tW shot Alone eq ie 0 1ct Su e r Noa tittough tdt1Ibs ojm son any thing wnehlfc leaved C6- 11egeEx t iv V Most men could befai1y good if theyi- 3id not have to live with peighborsj GIaspwTimes tIiiffDont expect to get cIostr to real re liion by jumpI into theolpgicindis ipcusioij IowmanyvpepplVwpu1dijffcirwifing to write the secret thoughts cjf oneday on ta blackboard May field Mirror T i t ftGose IVlebes in doing right go6s- itpchucn pt Sunday night+ spestiltl Urlinkcer ef I go or tioNewYork JMail and Express 11 itAlthough lifes game seemjs rather still vDont be ardoletul doubter i 1YurBUt fortunes pretty sure tofle om folks content with sittin uresnlgt J t7 Washington Sta Did jjou ever look through the largeA t end of the opera glasses and f r farrawayvappearance or things anipeople Well it is a good plan to trr the glasses turned that Way on tho things that fret and worjry they will fade away in the distaijce and soon b j forgotten When a man playfullyjpointsagun V irpistolatyou knock hitjl down D H not stop to inquire whethetf itjis locier or not knock him down Do not bb hiri1tdoWfJI1ith wn a coroners lI q est be held l Yitb on the other fellow He will missedTOwenton NewsLeader ir ISvfA Winchester bachelor who has a giiil m a neighboring State is in deejp trouble He purchased a flair of oa4 ome gold mounted and pearlstudded garters asa Christmas psentfo the young lady and a Wigfora bachelor i1 ABOUT HYGMEl ABottle Costs Only 50 Cents O lvA Complete Outfit Including Inhaler 1JO t When The Leo Haydoln Drug Co I states most empb tic UV hat they wi guarantee Hyomei to curfe catarrh or- jjjive you your money tack whatis your answer Are you satisfied wiftryour coAdiboJ or do jou want to rid yourself forever mFjJtmptomsflowing and bad breath Hyomei is a simple anseptfe medicine thatyou breath through a small pcketinhaJer oyer theparts affected- by catarrh encalypttL ItIS made of Australiclff mixed with other germi killihg and membrane soothing antiseptics Get a complete outfit today It only csts 100 and contains everything necessary to cure any ordinary case oi catarrh Extra bottles if needed 50cJ- flyomei is the best remedy m the world for sore throat coughs and coldai croup and bronchitis It ives wonder ijSl reUefin two minutes For sale by druggiSts everywhere and by The Leo Haydon Drug Co Send or free sam pie bottle and booklet Booths HyomerCo Buffalo N Y MJrONACures Indffiestkxi Itrelieves stomach miseiy spur stom sch belching and cures all stomach dis I t1et r ij ntl gifts 1t byJifes and unfortunately nut the wrong ad dresson the boxes e is keep ngthe wires hot trying to remedy the m istake J WlncKester Democrat When it comes to being charitable to th Itenan has the sisterhood of woman beat en to a frazzle Spencer Courier hWcfnaflt t Beautiful Haird Mafey women do nqlizethtira- qtiont they possess because they do not give proper attention tb the 1 iL kThet their beauty not because their facial f featswbmenjtbut because thay know how to keep young by supplying vigor luster and strength to the hair Three years ago Parisian Sage could hardly be obtained in America But nbwthls deUghtfulhall tonic arid dress carl be had m every town in America The Leo Haydon Drug Co sells it for50 cents a large bottle and they 1uXulianthlustrous hair to stop tailing hair to stop itching of the scafpV Ask for Parisian Sage L t J No trumps Stt I might hold your hlndusaidhe 1 would not ask for more t F CtdY1 I might hold your hand thats a1l4 Amid lifes rush gnddm Forsuch a hand as yours inspires 1 cOuldnothelpbut winP She shcbk her head Perhaps said she ABut really 1 dont dare Sbmeohe inrghtseesomeonemight talk Although yOU do not care yAtthink Id better play it out For you might phv it wrong Th Question ISclilled the boy to my knee ode day And 1 said Youre just past fourjI Will you laugh in that same lighthearted way When youve turned say thirtyfour Then I thought of a nast Id fain erase M floreAnd in his u hturneIfor it seemed to say 0 Did you touched my lips to the tiny own And I said tgtQe boy Heigh ho Those lips are as sweet as the hay new mown Will you keep them always soIThen back from t1oseyears came a s rakish song WitiarialdjestortWQI And i gazed at the child who knew no wrong Anot I thought he asked Did you l l 110 blfedinhs eyes big ibfowri arid clear And I cried Oh boy of mine Will you keep thtm true in the after year WiU you leave no hearttprne Then out of be past came anotherr eyes Sad eyes ot teardimmed bluer j Did he know they were not Jus mothers eyes For he answered me Didyou ISelecte d Yung Met learn tetegrapby Take Advantage of Our Great Sped l Offer Life Scholarship TELEGRAPHY TYPEWRITING AND RAILROAD AGENCY reduced to 45 and 260 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 hits de lightful climate 8000 inhabitants moral surroundings Studehts qualify in 4 to 6 months Our graduates POSI TIVELY GUARANTEE POSITIONS paying 45 to 65 pe month to start on Easy arid pleasant employ ment rapid promotion Diplomas awarded GREAT DEMAND FOR TELEGRAPH OPER TORS Write today for our Free 64 page illustrated Catalog which gives full particulars Southern School of Telegraphy Box 272 t NWNNGA f FRIBBLES OF FASHION rMllhany llfln pasliieruible Color Fir iHairNewyeHa Blond no longer fashionable I t fnQw the iiabogany bend thut1s 19P lit jjjfcff lt9meura call It wal nut color but there Is too much redjv Jn AgttcatlwountotbrlhIi arranged flat against the head the pic 4ture inot a badyone In Karia no oneslA rather pretty new veiling Iso otte4 chiffon edged with black valen nneS lace Dotted veil effects have departed giving place to the square or oblong mesh Every normal boyUk stoplay In wQulddo Isro be found in the picture It is made of khaki and 1s rilImedwtth leather dnge or Withed yellow material AN IDEAL PLAY slashed Tbecnprerjulr SUrrIard feathers added toxbe charmingly realistic JUD1C CHOLLETt This May Mfinton pattern comes in sizes for boys from four to twelve years litvIngforwarded to you by malt It in haste send an additional two cent stamp for promptdeliveryj VANITYS VISION Bermuda Lily the Fashionable Corsage Flower Red Colonial Hat Each season there is a fashionable ower used by the florists and mill- ersn This season the Bermuda lily as the place of honor An exceedingly striking hat seen re cently was of cardinal red beaver In the colonial or two pointed style one- poinr1slanting out at the left front and the other at the right back It had oil WITH TBlMlilNO OF SATIN the rolled front toward the back a flat and quite large ornament in openwork Jet from which a single very hand iQme black willow ostrtefc plume rose Trimming of llbert or messailn satin on wool material Is much in vogue this season and the gown pic tured is of henrlettw cloth with bands of messallnf There Is a yqkp of W overlace and the tucketl portion of th front and the deep cUffs are df chlfljpn the color of the gown The ure pretty and nOvel and the apron dra pery Is becoming to a sjlm tlgure JtJDICi OHOLLET- Jheae May Manton patterns are cut in sizes from to Inches bust measure for the blouse No 6J39 and from to 30 inches waist measure for the skirt No SSend 10 cents each for those patterns to this omce and tl rw1ll b promptly forwarded to you by mail If inhastesAn an additional two cent stamp for letter postage Which Insures morepfonipt delivery Dr F Trusty Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD 14TUQKYAu Dentelwork at work guaranteed Office over Haydon Barber e lAttKE Insurance Ain SPRINGFJLELP KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident reliableandthebestworld Your insurance solicitedI DR M W HYATT OFFICE OVER THE RED CROSS DRUGSTORE SPRINGFIELD KENT JKY OPPICElHOURSi io3oi12m f 3 4 to 5 p m Dr JC Mudd SPRINGFiELD KENTUCKY 0FFICZovEa J BAYDOHS sToRK OffiH8toii1th2p M J H LAMPTON MD V SPRINIGFIEIJ KY Office in Opera House Office phoneNo 5 Residence No38 MISSY ELLA ADAMst NURSE TELEPHONES j Day 49gh1IO9 tSC6TTMAYESATTYAfLAW Springfield Ky f WaahingtorandaoJnIngcountie Courts C C McCHORD ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in all stet and Federal Courts WD CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW Springneld Ky WashinatordJolning MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER yOWill practice in the courts of Washington and aojoinlns counties and In of SM CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER Springfield vIspecialtyWillable Thone 84 HM BRUSSELL AUCTIONEER Lebanon Ky Rt 3 Crying ofipiiblic sales a specialty Cat cry sales anywhere cheaper than the LebanonEXc JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY BeSlAtt1J ion Ev ry courtsey shown Handsome LIe of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone hay 19 Night 7C + j t THE SUN ANQBothpera 1 yr Bryans Commoner15 0 1150WJ Weekly Atlanta Constitution 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Globe 75TJmcHome and Farm 125i American Agriculturist 176 American Epltomist 150 American Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette 25 CountryGentlemaii20Farm Farm Field and Fireside 176 Review of Reviews 325 ts Magazine 285 Nagazlne400Ledger Harpers Magazine 435 Harpers W ekly 485 Sunny 150 Jl F JA ct d IS SSISSIO SlSISS1S S SS ISSIIS Do You Want toBuyaFarm- r 0 Wi tin sill yu tut aIlJlizIrlttltiHI priw Wt awiutiifAbtut twedweninggrass of never failing water all Under good fende fwbarnsPrice 55 per acre No486iacresonemile east of Jtfackville 8QIt dw cgood tobacco barn all outbuildings fine orchard of 600 tre ial egJBss05128acres7 miles from Sbringfield T2 milefrom ikeroom dwelling jl1 good repair 10 acre tobacco barn n w plenty Of timber good all the farm will raise tobacco Price 45 per acreSNo 6120 acresV seven room dwelling 12 acre tobacco barn fine uplaHalunderNoi200 acres on good pike brick dwelling tenant bee 3 thefaminelandw No 8 12acres J mile ffpm Springfield on pike 5 room dwell plentyotfrtiitNo915OacresLnilefrontjikeoncountyroadj raiki ftass 11ingrassroute fine stoccbarD60 feet square plenty of tobacco laRd Price 30 per acre No 10961 acres 3 miles from Springfield close to school six ockbinfLAKE SOSLEY sSsS44SlSiSi4SsOsOSSSSiS4 Qfitfit 8 J t r FS t tZit r ItL tiJ FREE J7 + r t PREMIUMS f 0 Zr r r Ar fIf i IThe S IERN AGRICULTURIST Y fq offers more arid better jjremiumsX H 1 ItS to c1ubraisers than my out erif j 1It r JftJ f e SoUERN G RIGQLTURiSie 4IFtS s1 4 i cause itis tJe best paper published i I Iforsouthepi farmers and the prite or 15 very reasonable Vi Y I Write for flee sample qopycon 1 r taming attractive premiumoffers lr Jr rT f SOUTHERN A6WOULTUIIST T IfJI Nishvilji ftiMisstt tz1 S4i s5 L tr JS i iI Jji 1illt Oklahomas LandSa1eOne million six hundred thousand acres of valuableJarni uandrazingland to the State of will be divided into farms of one hundred and sixty aeseach and sold to the highest bidder on easy tcroiSrv AUCTION BEGINS DECEMBER 16 190 d contJnfier ffor 21 days The agricultural land has been appraisal 7 tavera2 50 per acre Reduced R ilroadFarVia THE HENDERSON ROUTE to aUpointsinOklalioma Tickets on sale the first and third fuesdtis in tek t daysr i routes ar tickets that is the going trip maybe made fhfu btKf r section or portion of the State and the return trip thrju t another For Pull InformatIoiAtuRegarding the price and the diverse route arrangenient of the railroad tickets also the terms 6f purchase pay1 ment arid f description of the farmlands F Write 1 R F PENN T p Aor IP GARDNER djp A n fTheHendersonRotttLouisvirrz ly I Iilbcribecii lI jJt a Ah i f4f 1 J THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JANUARY 5 1910 r aeleeti or t ds Lt rgest Tonneis Shoeana- kcrsw tDirect to YouroesMiddle sProiits When you buyshoes mjle b ENDICOTT JOHNSON CO gettingiis possible to get elsewhere i organizationtribution of shoes and the only one that makes tothewearer r j leadinbecausenoEadwell tine shoes 3 35Q k 4 Workmens shofesskto es S350 SpringfieldGEORGE t I S Y PRINGPIEU SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DoLlAR In Advance 1 Publisherr spnndfleldXYl1111188 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Oae Year iJLOO Tkree WJt1I Months 1a ANNOUNCEMENT i FOR CONGRESSWe are authorized to announce the Hon Ben Johnson of Nelson tcqunty as a candidate for reelection to Congress from the Fourth Congressional District subject to the action ot the Democratic party r THE NEW YEAR We hope that every one qt our t subscribers has enjoyed a very merry and happy Ghristmasi W e further hope that you have entered upon the New Yearj with light hearts and full pockets and that 1910 may prove tPor prosperous and happy to you day by day j Of coursewe all turn over new leaves and make good resolutions the first ot the year The Sun has not formed any new resolu reaffirmedbonsthe resolutions adopted when it itwass readers the best news PaPer possi ble We have striven in past tb 4p so and we hope that1 we haveglensatisfaction If we have we not only wish ypu to subscribe for this year but tell likewiseurand blessed shall be your name t OFFICERS TAKE OATH t Ii TV Last Monday the County Ot fiectiocialselected n toolk the official oath ot office an seesoaroundcourt square 13 L Lit sey as Connty Judge T SjMayes I as County Attorney RA Noe BookeSr ase6unty Cler- kailerand G D Ca lettas JW Bush as Schoo Suoerinteliident succeed them JfelV6sinoffice S J Aqdelson jsu seeds rS Osbprne as Sheriff with HR Eddleman Byron Croke1r5anlaal and Georg Pow S sDeputies WT Mif Telicit6 r an as De ut 1 Y itf I Roberts is now County Suryeyo- Dr W E Crume Coroner There are three new members of the Fiscal Court Messrs J W Willett J Vaysand2 Thdmtspn Esquires Polinj Hen dreh and Gorden were reelected VfLLEyHILLr rMr and Mrs Bark Shehan were guests of Mrs Palmer Goatley last Wednesday and Thursday Edward Goatley purchasedL asaddle mare atl Mr and Mrs M Reed were guests of Mrs W E Moran Tuesday MissVrginia Foster of Louisville is the guest of her grandparents Mr and Mrs M Reed of this place Mr Jack Shehan and family o f Bloomfield were guests of Mrl Peyton Briggs and wife Sunday Mrs Paralee Hardee of Louisville who is the g est of her sister Mrs T C Tatum burned her hand severely a dinnerlfromtheStb Mrs Palmer Goatley and daughter Miss Purlwere guests of Mrs Chas McWhorter in Springfield Friday Mr and Mrs Will Eddleman of Mt Zion were guests of Mr and Mrs P A Lydanrie SundavI JSJB Moran recently sold some corn to Brook Rudd at 50c per bushel m the field W F iMoran was in Springfield Monday on business Mr WF Moran and family were guests of HM Goatley and wife Tuesday C P Gpatley and wife and Mr and Mrs J E Goatley visited Mr and Mrs M W Seay parMa d Tuesday Mr Peyton Briggs and family live removed from thisP lace to their ffcrm recently purchased from Jas Truax at Modresville Jphnie Roberts iand sisters Misses Bessie and el Roberts of Springfield attended thePound Party at the home of Mrs Ji W Hughes Thursday Messrs Tatum Stem recently pur chased a crop of tobacco from Jas Moran Jr at 12Jc per pound Miss Grace Shehan who is attending school atSt Catherines spent the holidays with her parents near here Hughey Goatley Sons recently bold about 6000 pounds Of tobacco at 1407 per cwt entertainedd a number of her friends to a pound sup per Thursday evening A good crowd was in attendance and all report a most enjoyable evening W7 R Moran has returned to school at Springfield alter spending the holi days with his parents at this place visitedlnear Mr find Mrs Mi Reed of this place and Missi Virginia Foster of Louisville were guests of Relatives at Boo er Sunday placeehave entered in Springfield Mr Benedict Janes has removed frpm this place to his ifarm purchased from WR JanesJ near tv SpJlPgfieldI r q William Dean aj highly respected colored citizen of this place died re Gently of pneumonia He was sick on ka week Ben Janes Tiasremoyed tb the farm of IL Janes of this place Since dur lest letter death hasyisited our village and claimed Mrs PS Barber as a ransome for her Master Mrs Barber was a woman who needs no eulogizing Her Christian life was a bgrtotkindness to those of her acquaintance She lived her life throughout so that anything we may say could not magni fy her least virtue We join in extending heartfelt sympathy to stricken husband and children th1grief dolence to all who mourn the Resolutions Whereas it pleased our all wise and merciful Heavenly Father in His infinite love to suddenly remove on Nov 15 1909 from this earthly tabernacle the spirit of our beloved sister and coworker Mrs J B Peyton to that house not made with hands eternal in the heavens and whereas though she was resigned to His wIll and ready to enter into the Mansion prepared for her she esPeciartherefore bb it Resolved 1st That our church and society have lost one of heir most faithful efficient and beloved members whose memory will long be cherished the neighborhood a noble Christian friend and her home its brightest jew l 2nd That we extend to h0 bereaved ones ourtenderest and deepest svmpa thy and commend them to the loving Father she so faithfully trusted apd served chile here Who alone can com fort them in this dark sad hour of theirs 3rd That while we the members of the Missionary Society of Bethlehem Baptist Church feel heavily our loss yet we bow in humble submission to the will of Him Who doeth all things well ant pray that He will raise up some one tofill her place among us Sister Pey ton is the third one of our band whom God has seen ht to take from their earthly habitation to live in the sun shine of His eternal love and glory 4th That a copy of these resolutions be sent to the Western Recorder and The Sun for publication also a copy to the family and one spread upon our Missionary Society Record MRS C C CHRISTIE MRS G W MURPHY Stomach Trouble Cured If you have any trouble with your sthmach you should take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Mr J P Klote of Edina Mo says Ihayeused a great many different medicines for stomach trouble but tmd Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets more beneficial thanany other remedy I ever used For sale by The Leo Hayden Drug Co BUT THEY HOPE FOR THE BIT The VicarWhere Is your father my boyThe BoyIts very uncertain sir The Vicar What do you mean The boy Well you doe es dead A Frightful Wreck ot train automobile or buggy may cause cuts bruises ajbrasions sprains or wounds teat demand Bucklens Arme- aShcveearths greatest healer Quick relief and prompt cure results For burnsrbOils sores of all kinds eczema orlcOrnsln + zt4I + fJi + = + t CLEARANCE SALE OF + I i I v fi Ladies Tailored Suits Cloaks7 Furs ft 498TVs One lot 2iOO and ISoo Sift 98Suits for Childrens and Misses Cloaks at HALFPRICE + 15 ttt This is a chance to buy High Garments for a mighty Low so tit hurry and get here before they are all closed out Bargains in every department Come and be convinced 1 f + INCORPORATED iSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY tif sfiitfii stis 4 44 4 i di its3i ise istaT T T T T T T T T T T T T Dr G T RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted WithI out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY 1AllDental Work Strictly First yjtiice Local News Notes STRAY SHEEP On my place about 8 ago 15 sheep with red paint on their hip Owner may have them by paying for their keep and this advertisement JAS B GOATLEY Valley Hill Ky The Ladies of the Methodist church will serve dinner on county court day in April Having sold my residence 1 am now selling privately all my household ef fects Miss FANNIE WALL Sell your Hides and Furs toGrinstead He pays highest prices At Jones old stand for fine laundry work go to Greenes Barber Shop WANTEDAlarge old style cameo piij and a oink coral pin for a customer who will pay liberally for same ED M RUSSELL ESTRAYA stray calt came to my place about Oct 15 A red bull calf about g L di SOtongBlilCk200 +tit Ladies Qahfor Long Black SOO + e anLon TV + rare Class Price 8Ia-ckSatiiJeWaistsot4t t The ROBERTSONCLAYBROOKE CO it iisfissTi Burton days Grinstead1jHe Iad + The First National Bank reports an other record breaking year of prosperity and thet high Water mark seemst have been reached by this institution With surplus and profits equal to four dlyi11dendto surplus paid its expenses and tuxes all out of its earnings for he past siXi months They Ladies of the Baptist church will serve Court Day Dinner in February Mound City Paints andY cost a trifle more but Mr Leo Haydon FAIR VIEW Mrs J E Stevenson spent Xmas with her niece Mrs Jas Walker of Louisville Mr Jas Truax and family have moved to Spencer c6unty We regret to give up Mr Truax and family Willie Carney and Robert Hays spent Xmas in Danville oirfuttEllen Green drove to Rev Simms and were married Dec 26 1909 Ora Carney and Clayton Woford were married at the home ol the brides par ents Mr and Mis F M Carney Sun day evening Jan2 1910 Kev Grume officiating assisted by Rev 01us Hamilton The bride is a daughter of Mr- F M Carney and the groom is a son 10f Mr Owen Woford The happy pair to the home of the grooms father where a bountiful supper awaited tlemItame Near Choking to Death A little boy the sonof Chris D Pete tson a well known resident ot the vil lage of Jacksonville Iowa had a sudden and violent attack of croup Much thick stringy came up after giv ing Chamberlains Cough Remedy Mr eIchoked + + + 1 + + + + + MAUD We are glad to say there is riosick ness except colds and lagrippehn our town i Tot Wakefield and family of1Mr county pent Sunday atMrJ Frank Wakefields of this place Mrs Kate Flaugher of Nelson coun ty spent Christmas with Tier parents Mr and Mrs B F Settles at this place Mr Otis Settles and family have moved to Mporesville We regret tol give Mr Settles up but welcome Mrs Seay our town o Several lfrom this place attended county court Springfield last Monday Miss Bessie Gray spent Christmas in LonivilleYMr Ben Hardesty and family spent several says list week with her father Mr James Roddicks and family 4 Mr M L Troutman anddaughter Mrs Ora Crume spent Sunday after noon with Mr John Virgin and wife Mr B F Settles spent several i ysr in Louisyillei last week iiMrs Ora Crumespent last Monday with her aunt Mrs Kate Shewmaker Mr Neal Bodine and wife of Nplson county passed through our town en route to Springfield Mr Chas Mcllvoy and wife visited her parents Sunday MrSbnnoiIGloyda 1dl wile bt Har rodsburg spentXmas with her parents Mr arid 14rsE E Wakefield of this Wee Mr and MrsVJ Cr Denton of GrayV son county Mr George Washburn wife and two children and Mrs Louis0 Kirschof Nelson county visited the family of Mr J 4M Montgomery last i Friday week Farmers are busy stripping their to bacco With the good seasons they are getting along fine Most all the ice houses around here were filled during the recent cold spell Notice of Removal J have moved my NaXness shop from 1te Searcy building to KimbaIIsimplemserve the public with my handmade Harness r But Remember That my Shoe shop and Harness Repair shop will be in they rooms one door above Clerks office oh Main Gross street f Thanking you for your past trade I am Respectfully 1 Geo J Begemann THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JANUARY SI9IO o1 Iil J I II Ifc FAR JANUARYL We willmake Special Prices during January onCarpets Rugs Mattmgs Lace Curtains and wall paper ItiT FtRugsQXT2 Axminster Rugs 21 to 2500 19X12O to 1 7 50 4x7 Smyrna Rugs 95 3x6 V IT 300 30x60 ij o 50 3x6 Axminister Rigs27x- 54 75 J 50 3x6 Lehet Rugs LltJ 95 N 27x54 Velvet Rugs j AJMi4 fl35 Carpets ILa r I Paper 5 7 12up to ent1We have a good assortment in all these goods Iprices on all winter goods during of January I Cunningham Duncan Co IW V STALLARD Dr D 5 I SPRINGFIELD KY SHONE 72 TEETH EXTRACTED I vnJHQUT PainorDanger firstAILjust as advertised GUARANTEED Over McElroyShaders Grocery i o noQOODDDOOa 3a tlcs I 0 0- o Visitors In and Out of Town =A nD Round Up oftheWeeks 0 Personal News 0- DOOOooo trp tipD a W Mrs D R Litsey has returned home from a visit to fnends Jin Leba non Mrs Joseph Claybrpoke has returned home after a visit to her mothe- in Bardstown it Mr Ji Chas Greene attended the dance in Bardstown last week Messrs Stem Sturgeon Lout Kelly ana Will Robertson attended the dance at Lebanon last Thursday night MrL 0 McCarty spent the holi days with his parents ux Henry county CMr and Mrs W It Selecmai s entafewrlays in Louisville last week Rev W H Williams has returne- from avisit to friends in St Louis ilaf JMr Robert Mayes and sister Nay will return ts fool at Lexington the last of the week Mr Bennie Wathen is spending a few days in Louisville this week Mrs Jesse Rapier has returned to herJoineiri Birdstowri after spencHng Christmas with her parents Mr and Mrs XX L Price f Miss Annie McChord entertains her Sunday School class Thursday eye nlngI jAxminster Carpets 1fOO Tapestry Carpets 85c arid Ingraiif Carpets 35c 45c 65c and OCI Mattings I v 1 t ct5c 20c and 25c I 400 5oc 75c i 125 rsqup to 400 v JI IVa 4t 20 Special month iJir Miss Margaret Hagan is visiting Mis Alma Spalding in Lebanon Mr Rr H Edelen of Louisville is visiting friends here this week Mr and Mrs N G Marks attended the Knights Templar banquet in Lebanon Thursday night cMIsses Mary and Catherine Spald ink are visiting their grandmother Mrs Ben llaydon rMtThacker of Hopkins wifeIMrs Allen of Elizabeth town has returned home after a visit to Mr J D Allen and family Miss Mayme Allen spent last week with her aunt in Louisville and her stownIville spent Christmas at the homexof Mr and Mrs C R McWhorter rMr Tr Scott Mayes spent the hitter part 6f last week and the first o this week inFrankfort Mand Mrs A L Jenkins and daughterMiss Majianna who hav been the guests of Mr G D Duncan returned to their home in CincinnatI Sunday Mr Alex Blanford of Louisville has been spending a few days here Misses rnpstineIKnott will return to school at Nazareth aIThursday Miss LouisvilleIspent Christmas with her mother and sister at this place Mrs JtI Wimsait and children of Louisville are the guests of Mrs Janie Willett Mn ami MrsTB Howard who were married m Danville Va last jffifiek arrived here Monday and are at pie Walton Hotel Mr Downing Robertson has re afterIspending thq holidays with his parents + + i ti++ + i NOTICE i t We have moved our Millinery toefromthe rooms over j J Graves Jewelry Store to the Searcy building formerly occupied by Geo J W + shopWe w Bargains in all lines of Millinery and ask our fri nds to call iadsee our goods before buying ttljt4 BMri vibe this weekiMr and Mrs Conrad Hertlein will leaye this week for Louisville where they will make their home rpMiss isa Colvin has returned to her home in Fairfield after a visit to rela fives here Miss Veola Brown is visiting in Bloomfield Messrs Jack McChord and John Shuck McElroy have returned to Cen ter College Mr OHie Barber who attends school at St Mary Kansas scent the holidays with his parents Mr and Mrs IJ R Barber rrMr Litsey Adams of Kentucky brotberr heIholidays I Mr Jim Thompson of Indianapolis it3 spent the holidays with his mother at this place beenfW H McEIroy will return to Burks ville Ky the latter part of the week seis spe ng a few days in Lpuisyille iMiss Harvey Van Arsdale left Tuesday for Columbus Ohior to visit her sisters Mrs Arvin Noe and Mrs Earl Brackney Mr Tom Funk has returned to Lou- IS vl1le after sp nding several days with relatives here Mr and TS H M Noe and chil dren of Columbia who have been vis icing Mrs Noes parents Mr and Mrs S C Vr Arsdale have returned home quiteifriends now hope that she is out of dang rf I Card of Thanks IC I desire to thank the county and city officials the lawyers and my many other friends for the nice presents received from them at the time of my marriage I assure you that they are appreciated and again thanking yoirl remain Respectfully MRS HARK SHEHAN A Sprained Ankle As a rule a man will feel well satisfied if hecan hobble around on crutches in 2 or 3 weeks after spraining his ankle and it is often 2 or 3 months before he is fully recovered This is an unnecess Chamberlainsmay as a rule be effected in less than one weeks timeand in many cases within three days Sold by The Leo Haydon Drug Cs Tht 8us fwd Collrkrrotu nltl lIilH VOGUE POINTS Butterfly Design on Smart Face Veils Furs Ornamented With Silk Cords Lace fells with irrpsnihir nie hes are much favortHl bv lurisl iii women A butterfly design la placed o that one Is ob each cheek but tots 1veftJoIs fromfheKveii tlip baby has come lu for Lila share of pretty t lcsot footwear White pique lured with linen cord 4so ck HZ nttraptfve style fur morn lllq wear Decidedly novel Is the wafi of 4i suiall piece of Irish lace that has been left perhaps front some part of the wardrobe find employed nsnnEx tea adQrument for the suede bootee White cut beaver trimmed with white satin and pink rosebuds is the smart little bonnet worn by a wee girt this winter The flat beaver Is fluted A crmD a rx AT about the face and tied uvdPr the chits twlth wide white satin strings Under the brim there is a rutte of cbitTon and a tiny bunch of tbe rosebuds Is tucked among the chiffon folds The long coat Is always lsPst for lit tie children and the modpi Illustrated Includes the plaited slde that are so popular in The coats of cr wnup satinsnakesJDDIC CHOTLBT This May Manton pattern comes for girls of four six and eight years or age Send cents to this oili e giving umber and it will bK promptly for Vrded to yqu by mall If in haste send an additional two cent stamp for letter postage which insures more prompt livery SNAPSHOTS OF FASHION Contrasting Colors For H tsant Gowns Parisian Sleeve Effects Hats of an ttgtirely different shade from the gown or coat are much smart er than those of the same color a contrast of colors seeming to be more desired titan anything else The newest hatpins ore directly im ported from Purls and have ends coca ered with a cache palate which oftenas long or as large as the head eft the pin- Many sleeves of blouses and soft bodices have turned back cuffs of GIRLS KIMONO lace or are closely wriukled over the wrist j Walklug skirts this year are being worn very short Three or fdur Inches from the ground Is the length fashionable girls are having their trotting skirtsSimple kimonos are always the best This one can be trade with or without a seam at the back and either short or long as liked One of the pretty Jap anese crapes trimmed with ribbon makes thf kimono lUiiRtrated but theta are a prtar many raareriiils that are appropriate JFDIC CHOLLET This May Manton pattern is cut in sizes for gIrls of six eight ten and twelve years of ageSend cents to this of area giving number and ItwOf be promptly fowarded to you by mall If in haste send an additional two cent rtf1more r t f m When you want stfrnethifl i i fWV Iff good tQe tcall us up f- vT 1 i i V Your frade appreciated i c y V o t Katie tl inElri I CARD WELL Teddie the little son of H CO Moore has been quite sick but is better at t present Diedon aIml Tucker Yeast spinal disease Heo was 361ear101d anda member or the B1pt Cornishyille Inter ment in Cornishville cemetery the iol lowing day TPerkmshope for his speedy recovery- C E Gibson will move to Cardwell this week and will open a general store soon in his new store house J A Kyler moves in the J RWard property J R Ward moves on Trace Creek to the N L Ward place Charley Wheeler son of John Wheeler is visiting relatives here He lives in Sullivan Ill James Moore has returned tram a two weeks visit in Illinois Graham Holiday have booght 150000 pounds of tobacco t from 9 to 15 cents per pound They are work ing about 15 hands every dajr W L Graham has made the follow ing safes of jacks in the last ten days B A Nunelly of Lexington4 jacks one 7one 6 and two 3 years olds fo 210Q 3 jack colts to JT Veatch one weanling 270 two yearlings fof600 to Judge Thurman one jennet and jacK colt for 400 He bought from Will Smith one jack colt for 250 from Horace Litsey one jennet for 75 pjie jack from sam for 200 He also bought two fine jack 151 hands high frumDei Riley tr1t50 1 jack from a Boylib t county party for300j onei4 yearcai mule of L IH Thurman for i5 Ov Graham Perkins sold their you c jack f r300 E G Holiday sold to Joe Baker onrf S horse irl35 and bought of Rev Oli 1 stead one horse for 12Q v QtItrrall times lor driving horses See them fbefore selling your homes rReceiving Pooled Tobaccos I am now ready to receIve tobacco afct the old Continental wrebousejust bIlo v j the brick shop write or seen for a date to bring m your tobacco Respectfully T J SETTii Manager r Catarrh Cannot Be lured with local applications as they cannot reach seat of the disease Catarr r isabIoodor codstitutional diseasesift order tocureb you must take riteitnal remedies Halls CatarrnCure to taken internally and acts directly are sCaIt was prescJibed by one of the beet physicians in this country for years ant is a regular prescription It ISCoqposed of best tonics biped with the best blood purit ers act ins directly on the mucous surface thetworderful results in curing catarrh Sitfpr testinomals free F J Cheneny Co Toded lDL Sold by Druggists price 75c Take Halls Family Pills for onstipatiiA If The Springfield Sun i1Q1 Wr 71rG The Son sad Cotterlourtital a1 i rBarber PeHus TO THE OLD FIRMS OF 1SUCCESSORS and SPRIN fIELDLUMBEJrCD i2 full line of all that each of the old firms carried 1A v f BuildingofaUtIindsI BuggiesFarming Implements t I Hardware it Tin anftEnamelware t Groceries Etc f I We respectfully solicit a share of your pajrfln trfatage J and thanking you for your past favors we T raainJl J I Respectfully T Yours f t I JL Barber t I J IF Pettusq J TItSt r 1 j i THE SPRINGFIEM SUN WEDNESDAY JA UARYS 1910 = u BES1EGED II A CAVE I A1 Girl the Principal Actor In a DeJfinsaAflamst Indians I y MARTHA L TWEED iFYrt ati909 oy American Press Aaaor cJdtionJ J NWeiU r Mldtburl1e Elson as be catted back against the side of the wve ami laid dqwn his Title almost Shic tbim tlmn teA days 1 sup- r HNM we can consider the siege raised Tin Indians would hardly collect their fjpHOBJes and ride off across the plate Wkk au idea of circumventing us We have an unobstructed view for at least five miles in front and they ceefa never climb over the mountains r bed It is fortunate for us that rlle remembered the care and thought of it as a refuge It k fortunate for ua in everything tWt we have Gertie returned nis ttrKatesmlllnt affectionately at th girl who was rojcbing near the entrance of the cave with one arm In a sling t d f all the party she was the only one Tweunded and pf all the party It was sfcc who had best acted the part of Ymarj She smiled bark slightly but Without turning her bead 1 There was something in her whol- eappearanceher figure her face espe- dally her month and eyes that ex pressed firmness Musculurly there was In her the same strength 3he wore a skirt reaching but u abort distance be low her knees a mutes gaiters a jacket ijuttdrilng close about her throat and a an s ordinary felt hat without eVen a tiny feather In the band IndiansYXatwho whirled the horses round riding ea herr pony ct their beads end urging them forward and it was she who in f raisted on orcing the wagon almost to tbetyeiry mouth ot the lower cave and VJcyit HE COCiD BER INDIANS HTTBBT i1OTQWA1tDTHEOAPE t pn bringingas much of the provisions and supplies up here us we c uJd If It bad no been for them and the r liegcof aTvalef ysne brou hl berseif when the Indians were almost upon her we could tbUvebetdout so long tt r Jbqt sot admitted Charlie Elson candidly do Hot suppose would have thought of the provisions myself er even of climbing to thlS upper cave Instead of stopping in the one below And its the same about tltmarksI popptngolrt111ij ia tr rortbe noise though maybe that did keep their oft n little But if GertleV tellmg shots bad not reen t forced my Ineffectual ones the Indians would soon have caught ou arid scram bled up the rocks Charlie Elsons ol ebad been swathed and depressed for the past tbelndignsrnorlag rAfr free almost jubilant twlUJhlS mercurial temperament and sister looked across at him iudulgently but loyiPgly Wbatever else he might be careless incapable visionary he was always lovable alwn oblivious of himself it was the calreiess visionary nature that had started him west when hIs little property was lost and tbe obliviousness to self that bad caused him jtft share his scanty lneaus wl btbe weak emaciated creature they Cqup4 tbtttwaseftBe never thought of taking her to a trading post or transferring the burden to some one with means and a settled home His only thought was ttuit henceforth tbey would be three yA nstead of two Inter she had devel4 d Into s beautiful strong lovable irl to the wonder and satisfaction of t1set and Kate 1 Spwi only three months from the r3 Rescue she was returntu the bread t ppon the waters a thousandfold As she turned her face toward them for ixn instant there was something of the same expression In her ayes that appeared In Kates though w tb a dif ference No one could be in the tender heart kt irresponsible mans company long toparee tlpnate helpless child t fAbdrJo GerileVlife even before thji i T maKsapre of the harsh voiced littlofNot man mentouid have bejd ou so well as yon have Charlle she said using the last word hesitatingiya a though not quite mrustomed to it4 You have seurcply slept ar all since wevve been in ihfe rave and you have kept us laughing must oftbe time with yoii funny tall Dore falrly iwfll su rank and flee man z be interrupted ayt f Of course don t think Inolc nerve or endurance Its only tbat I need a leader with drawn sword Now what shall we do l fewaK moving toward the entrance ast he spoke and with the last word there came a dull thud followed by a sharp report A bullet had flattened Gerdp61ugbfmere she cried snatching his bat swiftly and replacing It upon tprnu7 ssle of his Title1i They will not suspect justgpfllnyshe pushed the muzzle of his rifle toward the entrance so the hat could be seer from beow Almost instantly there were two more thuds and reports and this time the bullets passed through the hat and then flattened against0tbe rock That mp IIttieJr guns tbei girl cr pLal know thtrbiieno rifles from the way they ba been firing Walt Let me shoot I bijive bad more practlpp than you She slipped by him to1hekcave opening where she dropped at full lebgtb In order to use tbe rifle with her uninjured arm Below she could see three Indians hurrying toward tbe cave Evidently they had remaIned fcehlnd hiding In some crevice jh hope of tbe besieged coming forth when the main pods rode away A 1 jSellevlng their bullets bad pierced the head they thought inside the bat and thus deprived te cave of one of rushingforwardfollowing the main body jiertle recOgnIZed1Itba sudden feeling of middle Inf dlati was the one she had seen directions all through the siege rlnJI dently the chief Wfth him gone danger would very likely be over There Were a qulcb flash and a reI o1ndtben she slipped back into I shot him through the hip she explained In answer to their inquiring lookIldonit like to really kill any one but be wont tight again He was thee chief so they could not leave bPitIpones by the loss of one of their number the two other Indians after taking him to cover were seen loYIfngU at the cuvs and talking to et evidently deliberating upon a new plan of at tact They there awan that the par ty was not strong but they had no heat for mhkluBan attack upon theta inl ranched they were in so strong a Ipb tlrton They wished to clrcnm vetbem Presently by their pauto mime the besieged discovered that they had arrived at a conclusion Then they were seen gatheriiig wood rreat heavens exclaimed Charlie They re going to try to burn or smoke tisout dont think they will succeed said Genie caimlyj RobThey us and drop the firebrands down before the mouth bywhichto t4 left we can see a dozen feet ot It They must pass that point to get above us and unless we miss them we can them They may make qulpk dash Sate who wasffast losing her nimity t I can do one of them said saidl and Lknowiert fe ir do tbe ot It was half an bout before the dians had gathered wood sufficient to mai e the attempt Then they dlsap rto9dropspace where they could be seen Ger trn eaudCharlie each took a ride leveled It ou a res with the muzzle putt ed to the spafo knowing gat they would liaise btira few moments iu which o fire Presently nn Indian covering ills side with the wood shot out into tbo open f Jprtrudes rifle cracked nod belimped buck She bad shot him in the toot Tbey waited some time for the other than but the next they saw of him be wasj helpinghiscompaniunawayow asked Cba lie Elson some of tbe old depres sion returning to bIS4joUe Our wag on is burned and nil the horses are car tied off tbe tw whlcb got away tadlIranucross tbe playa I think Juavjbe they wilt come back to us when theft fright wears off But how can we fco on without a wngonT G rUes face looked thoughtful uppose we dont go ont Rbe sup gested Tbe laud Is beautiful urouUd heret and the soil rich and we would always bve this cave to protect us should there be any more danger Andthen there Is a fine spring of water ands There was a Jook In her eyes whirls brought Charlie Elsgnrtoherside wit b questioning in his own- IrouvouJi dont mean Gertie that tbati Im fifteen years older and an incompetent and you doT as the look tJn her eyes slipped down tatty a te4dejr tremulousness about her lips When well stay a suddeni vibrant ring of strength codling Into his volre We could hardly find a prettier country We will make a horafr on the edgSVof the plalriidown there4 f THEHOUSIWIFEFOR Care of Window Shade Novo shades should be rolled up for torbecurl on the edges Be sore to roll a- newsbade exactly straight arid even fromtheroOkedifatit oin be rolled on a roller tlii re stitching a wbrhout hem on a shade use Us long a stitch osTjaii tiff madej willtearshade may be made bright by laying dampclothwater Be careful not to soak it or make it too weak Allow it to dry before putting back ou the window J 9 Proper Usf of the Knife The knife is invariably held In the right hand and Is used vexcluslvely for cutting The small butter spread as It is called Is used only to place the putter upon the bread and when you are eating It should rest upon the bread and butter plate or the tip should rest upon the smatter butter dish When you have cut the desired piece of meat place your knife at the torC9nveNever allow the knife to rest after tbefasbiolota gangplank with the handle on the table 4 poop Etiquette Never allow your spoon to remain In the bo llJon cup while drinking jfrom it tosstir e once or the eru1es temperature has been tested = the saucer In taking soup the cbrrect motion Is from the body in an outward motion and liquids should be taken from the side of the spoon With grapefruit and fruit clips hot puddings and custards fruits served with cream and when eggs are served in a glass the spoon is used Handy Clothesline Reel Whenever clothes are dried in small places and are difficult of access the Iclotbesllne reel desIgned by a Missouri man found a great help With this reel a liueful nf clothing can be drawn in to the post and the clothing removed with ease obviating the necessity of making u round of the line and collecting the garments in a basket IE cases where clothes are hung out of high windows to dry and j IZEIi von OLOTHESLI ES it Is impossible to nake rounds f the line ou toot such i levlce is pracicat ly Indisperisable At the l1p otJ the pole Is a combination if pulley through which the tine passesrrvbUe near the bottom Is the reel ground wblchone tnd of the line wound The clothes are hung On fbe tide ts It Is paldout sad when the time tomes istodown as they approach the pole This also saves the trouble of carrying a basketful of the garments arouudI Embroidery Frame For In many instances an embroidery hoop Avlll be found a great help when mending Underwear will be found much easier to wend when put over the frame because this holds Infirmly in place while if the frame Is not used the garment Is apt tobe pulledoutwof shape In the mending Wiles mending any kind of a hole In any material be sure to press the mended portion care fully on the wrong side of the material for this will make it less cdhspicuous Indian Bannock One cup of white cornmeal If not white yellow will do one table spoon full of sugar one teaspoouful ot salt oii0 pint of boiling milk Add meal snfifar and salt to boiling mU and whbn cool add two eggs beaten scpa rat ly Bake 11a shallow rthen dish In a very hot oven Serve In tbe dish it was baked In at once It is no good If it stands Meat and Potato Pie Fare and slice ten potatoes aid six onions Put them lUll baking pan in layers with a sprinkling Of salt and pepper on each layer Lay slices ot salt or fresh pork over the top cqver with boiling water Bud bake until done turning the meat once in awhile and a little flour on Itso ItiwUlbrowIIUlcely just before It is served Spanish Soup Soak one pound white beans over night Boll till tender one large white cabbage Cut fine half a pound of box con n red pepper and salt Boll that whole an hour Fry one onion and put In soup liteby little Stir oftenUA M little olip bu ternndI garlic p M k r t i ii f Pyft tr f t ItM 1Ya r 4 r t i 7t Sta irrtt r par vi ir1J L S w SPECIAL i T rLy iP 0fffR t 3 itl i i I 2 Papers For Pride of One = 2H t n1tI4 Until January 20 1910 POSiTIVELY no longer r l To all subscribers paying up their subscriptions sand iianew subscribers we will give FREE FOR ONIYif jJXil I t ifl This paper is considered the best Farm Paper In the t d South and is one that anyone would be glad to havec pie1it1f ftotheir home Every farmer should have a farm paper in JtJ his home and The Southern Agriculturist is one that you J i r f will find many things of interest to youtbt t 100SOUTHERNtotal 150 f t rOurOffer until Jan 20 both one yearfori1 100i 1 1i rti t Jn addition to this offer we are offering the following 7 r Clubbing Rates with the Louisville dailies arid weetflies t which stand good until further notified i 4F lhd Sun and Louisville Times both one year 350 tPosti 850V qI Louisville Herald i 325 1 1 i JII aeWeekly Courier Journal 150rYlIe Itiff f flr era o e 175 to i ADDRESS ALL ORDERS Tv t i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN Springfield J ri fri ti ij fi ti oii f g r i fZn i JJ lt i cr 1ruRc i if3r f s t t rrjHt I I rti erq ii iI I tiI W i t f t ffffi j rf iII 11 1It jf l i1ytd 4 n ls- iI l f ti liJ1 tl r I J lt r C 1i tf j I t Jtt S ft JI jIi r l d t iriJ r k L rjq t pt Yt y JI 1 1 tf Ji H fff 4 tl1h t a txli 1 i a fjJt rt F t 7 i lttt L f1i ij f t tti 5 ivyI ft t lii ftr f L iI if zkt j d t I lIt r 1 t57tf1 r t N IiL 15 f4t 4 tf r QW fl iif Ib Jt 1f- i6ofi Ii d if f Jfl r r t1h fdI iI 1 hi h I l i Jj l i1r i NEt t t J ir iii W tK tN1t t t t t x rf l 1 tirjt-v crli II t t t 1 dJi ttL is P l j t Iff f iIi F11t 1 i r r ar rl I t a I if THE SPRINGFIELU Jt SUN WEDNESDAY M p1J dJ 6 l R iF 1 t 1 t i tP RYEAFt ONLY a erR YEAR i l The SrkAn gttnMftBIJlftacUlJoJcYQuIwould It vitiateall I have said Instantly the lawyers for each side stirred themselves in excitement while his honor gravely regardedther- Well madam said the court after apauser that depends entirely on the nature of your error What Vas it please Why you see answered the lady more and sore red and embarrassed I told tfte clerk X was thirtyeight I wpenhehim my measurementEverybodys Lifes Compensations Why shouldwe ever weary of this life Our souls should widen ever not contract Grow stronger and not harder in the strife Filling each moment with a noble act compactDotngourjAnd Btrlvinpr rather to exalt our race Than our poor selves with earnest hand or pen We dwellingplacecastdownagainOffspring each pour shallgUardt To live forever In youths perfect flower r And guide her future children heavenward James Russell Lowell Thei First Patient An eminent rNewYork surgeon now very wealthy land the envied possessor of a large practice often tells with glee of an incident of his younger days When he first hung put his shingle and started In to win fame and fortune things looked pretty gloomy Six whole weeks he sat in Me modest t lit tie office wjthouta cull from a single patient and his first fee seemed a long Way off At last ono night there came a ting at the pfflce bell The servant flew tp the door The doctor could not make up his mind whether he would rather be calle l on good chronic pa- tlent or to some sensational accident to a well known citizen He opened the door of t e consulting room us calmly as be could and saw a young man there Excuse me doctor the young man ldarJrHer rAlan Two peen who had apparently been doing the town and riot missing any of the places where were dis pensed were nnsteadihvambllng homeward nearly atTan all night hOUraftellbelllgOt Dont your occasions 7 asked one1 Not often etVtbeotber She throws pretty straight One Wqiy of Doing alsinessIBiliy Emerson the minstrel took a company of bjubk face artists to Aus tralia in thl old days and had bard firI4to tbe box ofllcei mAn Fine that ofliclal Weve got in 400 in money and 1400 In chitsrhInwhnt gasped Emerson oIn chits What are chits Why promises to pay Everybody uses chits here Give a chit and settle at the end of the mohtl Do you mean ta Itell me that you have lets 1400 of seats go for them chits as yohtali them 1 Sure Why n6tf And those pep pie justsigned their ames and didnt pay Crab Certainly j Heavens Wpat a business I could do that States groaned Emerson atnrday Evening Post No Prayer Needed The story Is told of the Rev James Patterson of Philidelpnfu that he once declared In a circle of his brethren he thought ministers ought to be bumble and poor like their Muster t bare often prayed sahlhetbat I praye4tlchurch for that An Anecdote of Macready One of the most amusing anecdotes of Macreadys petulance of t mper re pates tp a revival tHenry1T111 nn der the management of Made ox at the Princess theater in London The part Df Ca dlnal Campeius was assigned ton brother of Mr George AugustusSala whose stage name was Wynn for whom Macready had ah inveterate dis like The tragedian had Implored the Manager to see that CampeluM was fur shouldcDOtsplendid robes he himself wore as Wolsey but Maddox of course dlsre gardedbt injunction At the dress rehearsal Macready en throned In a chair of state bad the various characters to pass before him He bore all calmly until clad in scar tel robes bordered by silver tissue pa per dnd wearing an enormous red hut Wynn approached Then clutching both arena of his chair and closing his eYt stJw1rnt tragedtnngaspcd out Motber SbiptoQ by heaven A PUZZLER Ths Enigma tits Secretary Wai Unable DecipherFFom s time great men have been noted for their poor chlrography tans In this connection Joaquin Miller the poet ofthe Sier ras Is noexcoption But the beststory regarding the poets handwriting that 1 jiave heard came recently from the secretary of a well known local clubIIt seems that the club desired to the poet address the organization atl alannual strut at which an elaborate pretntells ag him of thi4 arpose of the Jinks and requesting i E e was scheduled for a recitation Tar due time there name an answer from the poet It was In his own handandcovered four pages In vain the secretary pored y rthe manuscript He turned It over to the presi dent the board of directors and the members In turn nut at tailed to de cipher the scrawl Thd question before the club was Has Miller accepted or has he declined The secretary finally took the matter into his own hands and addressed the following note to Miller My Dear Mr Miller tour letter received but I have been to deter mine whether have accepted or de clined our invitation If y iu will be pres ent on the date mentioned will you kindly make a cross on the bottom of this letter If it will be Impossible for you to appear will you kindly draw a circle In due time the letter came back marked as requested but the secre tary could not decide whether it was a cross or a circle San Francisco Call Dont Seek Trouble Dispel that prophetic gloom which sorrQ1tromwhich considers its own unhappy vi signs as the decrees of Providence rWe know nothing of tomorrow our business is to be gpbd and happy to day Sydney Smith A Popular Role Mrs Rogers had the barrel of russet apples placed inthe attic because they- werenot quite ripe enough to eat and she warned her three boys whose YearsnotThen onerainy day when she sought the attic to Set something from a trunk she came full upon her sons sur rounded by Apple cores At tier approach two of the boys drpw closer together but tits third a little distance ifWHATEVER ARE TOil DOXKO off who lay on his stomas contented ly munching an apple apparently paid no attention to his mothers entrance Jack Hanrv Willie she exclaim ed r proacbfuliy Whatever are you doing And those apples Didnt t tell you not to touch them Yes mamma replied Jack the eldest but were not really eating them Were acting the jgarden of Eden Willie and I are Adam and Eve and Henry over there Is the ser tent trying to lead us to our downfall by showing us bow good the apples ire But began the mother as sternly ns she was able you two must have been eating apples Henry hasnt done it all I see as many as ten Cores around you Oh yeth returned Willie the weve all been taking turntb 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RFP NftP4 7 rummtJtG7A t I011ISvnu ft r r j vTi ww i JL L THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JANUARY 5 1916 i jl i 1ii U11MONU IHORSESHOE1 I Mpther Does Not Lose Faith V In Her Son t By AGNES G BROGAN 0fcpgrrlght by American Press Assb elation 1JIIe was the rust one to enter the via running breathlessly up the step Jpamdog for u tIitt1iIIJt1U the door WKj such a bright ind happy pic Jfcr with gib wing tbeIiiiid spair Jlfeg eyes that the passengers glanc I ffeg in her direction half smiled sym jpwbetically J us she btuuiied upon them vTbe porter snowing his white teeth Mened to lead the way to the only ant seat and the man behind an flkapated ber movement toward the dow and pressed the spring and fet In the fresh October air Tbe lit old woman who bad been sitting OBaoticed close to the window drew a JSteg breath gratefully She was bby worn little old woman with frniS J3THEfPIN IB IT HOT SHE ASKED Wrinkled lace almost bidden In the fcptb of an old fashioned Quaker bon Bet Is the breeze too strong for you asked the girl smiling down into the icinnet and then seingthe great tears which vere flowing duwn the furrows t fg the tired little face she added im JBlsively Can i help you IQ any tayr amafrald n6 one can do that ihy dfear replied the mtlrota woman gainfully 1 am going ona sad lour JW today 1 It was evident that her need of bu JCSB sympathy was very gr atbutoke checked herself suddenly embar Mltsed at the realization that she bad Been on tbe point ot confiding In a Meaoger WIth nQ expectant Joi ktn ber soft ycr tbe girl waited vVerhaps she VBggested feelingly youlrwould Ilk- r1IeU meall about it Foraq1omentlooger the woman Hesitated and Wen reassured by the begancstory Tlfs mysoosbe quayered He 1i great trouble and Im hurrying to mm It is years since Je been on stf train years since Ive been Iii a ITtundIJ will nil be ver strauge e bard 1i me He doesnt kiiow IftblRJlpt ed He was going fn on this very trim to the ilty where be lives fb- eir was titled as it is today my dear7 wd he sat beside a lady just as we rt sitting Sbe wore one ot those wses be wrote tbat are fast ned fktty mp the back and through tbe fan ienlng was pinned a diamoud brse Cee She was leanIug forward all Cte time looking tbrpugb tbe win ow- neke remembers the borsesboe ery dfotfnctly as it flashed and glittere i In de suuWell why they should say Sdid it those meuI cant ur der ctand unless they were anxiou to- SfiUrre It on someone wnen the lady fissed It for it was gone the din KOfid horsisshQe There Bd gone the next and 0nemjl1ttl et them across the aisle Jtenry my henry who iaus honest a the daysunfastened the pin nod tffjFpped It Into his pocket Quick as he l tfc they declare they saw him do itr Slifr trainmen were called there was toICdisgrace Oh they searched him irofiv but nq pin wasr foundJ could Irtre told them many wiles away that Mejf would not find their Btolen nn ipipir mytoySotbegrle stricken voice fbitttlrtbeylocted Ilniup there In time city He had uo tjnrey to give a bond and this inoru Jkg early they are to swear hf8 hon firty awttyrtbe men who say they saw cflMmondpayers can help- SW could dO urthcr 3hsaw jjeio3r ngatas when she bad first ndfctin the day be was born She iv fiini MbaviTtg kfssed her bg tod ktkiwny to school She saw blin as t lii ti Y1 f tS he began to grow from boyhood to youth and from youth to inanbood and dj1OfAnd now whore were nil these bopcR In jjWithgliiaiiuyworn handle Its cotton one Tell me Wore about your boy she urged soft IySAlmost eagerly the old woman con tlnued He has been trgHdgrandfather before him but honest ways and bouorable as they were His father wanted to paini pictures when be was a lad lJuthud to stay at bQme aud worm op the farm Instead it had Jdayed to 110 a painter hthil1l1Jo He bus batf hard thw iJ1U afiafd be la lobklug to poor iiiid white and thin and when our neighbor ulll let see bill there li the rltv he t nind him living In such a crowded ptace way up skytIhighs up and Im nope worry She paused and regarded tbe girl questioningly for a motnent The girl nodded undeistundingiy and tbe other resumed But things were bennnnR to look so bright He was to paint a rich nianV jilcture as soon as be could earn enough to bUV the nexessary ulu terialc cAnvus brushes and things And now to be locked up und branded a thief Jam glad you have told me and I thank you said the girt very softly If Henrys mother hits such faith in him everything is certain to tome right You must let me beip you 1 know tbe city very well for it is my home in the winter time When we arr ee the carriage win be waiting and we will drive immediately the courthouse It the accused artist had seen them as they entered the court rooru Jie lbplrfncfstbeliD tracted mother and the glowing tea ures of btr young rompanlon Inspir ation for a picture to be called Hope and ppspairi but his head was bowed low rod his filet was buried in his as he silt waiting for bis cast to be enDed Seating the little old woman In a seetuIed corner the girl hurried forward abd asked a court attendant to permit liar to speak to the judge The nlau conducted her to tbe bench and his honor signified his willingness to bear her If the ease of Henry Burrows has not yet been culled she pleaded will you please have it dismissed am Mis Stanfield the person who lost the diamond horseshoe and do not wish ito appear ajralnst bJrnouwlll rclmember that nothing was found upon him when be was searched There bus been a grfatwistake and the horseshoe is now safe In ray possession- So saying she unclasped a pin from the tacos at her throat and laid It upon tbe desk a curious golden horseshoe with the diamond nails flashing bril liantly With a puzzled expression the judge scanned closely fofa moment her flushed eager face and then motioned to two men iseated together In the room The witnesses be said im pressite7are positive that the tuna unclasped the pin Quickly the girt turned lo the men This Is the pin Js It not she asked It Is a design one would not forget easily There hUN been a great mistake Then with lowered voice she added If her son should be pro nounced puUty it will break bis old mothers heart Think of that goo tlemen before you act Silently und with respectful admiration Jhe men regarded her see said one of them finally tbat it is all a mistake as you Say A few moments later The case of Henry Burrows dismissed raqgi out through the courtroom and tbe old woman turned excitedly to those near by and cried jubilantly knew 1tiMy boy my boy i The girl stood looking up Into tbe white tense face of the yoiiug artist- Why did you do In be demanded curtly Without flinching the girl looked straight into his eyes and answered The faith your mother has in her son should never be permitted to grow less With a quick sob the man bid his face from her gleaming eyes It never shall br be declared Do yon believe me Jn noswerSbbtld out her hand it was the madness of despair Wbeu saw them coming to seatrchltue threw tbe pin through nu openl1 window It must have fallen into the mUrshesor into the water below the brIdg eF How then can you bare it today T Tbey were standing quite alone but the girl almost whispered her answer There were twpsbe said win horaiishoes My father gave them tome As sbe was going he rose to his feet and raised his right arm us if be wetje registering a vow Some day I sha4 return It to he said ronIAgain the girl put forth her believe you she said simply wentvher way And the memory that she Cfrle4put Into tbe sunshipe of the was the perfect coutent von the wrinkled face of the old mother as ber spa lied her tenderiy from the courtrpom The ybang map kept vhls promise One day two rs later the girl re deived a little package by post Open lug it she reradvjed some cotton and tbere Belovrklay aflianioud borseslioe t f Cures DyspepsiafTrial Is Free It is a popular mistake that only andhighlyspicedepsia oras it is also known indi estion The laborer in the street e worker in the field also finds himself a victim of this disorder Among the very greatest sufferers from it are women s aconstantfeeUngtroubled sleep by sour stomach and dis complexlonandlusterless forthisjepsn1 which dyspeptics have been using greatherbs o sourtomach otDroel Adams of Montgomery Ala aftersuffering continuously for sixteen months ButItatanyodruglItelongw b expensehatyour name to Dr Caldwell and he will be glad to send you a free trial bottle He is actually anxious to have you make atest of his remedy i keeptgency as constipation sour stomach in heartjbumis pleasant to the taste acts gently and does not gripe It is the great childrens laxative If there is anything about your ailment that you dont understand or if you want any medical advice write to the doctor and he will answer you fully There Is no charge for this service The address is Dr W B Caldwell 500 Caldwell bldg Monticello For sale by The Red Cross Drug Sto ALL GOOD V e Ive had a dozen offers of marriage lately Gracious Good ones Yes All rqm JackI Work 24 Hours a Day The busiest little things ever made are Dr Kings New Life Pills Every pill is a sugarcoated globule of health that changes weaknsss into strength languor into energy brain fag into mental powercuring constipation headache chills dyspepsia malaria 25c at Haydon Robertsons Notice to Hunters The following people announce tha their lands are posted and they forbifl hunting on their premises Parties caught hunting upon the landsof any of the undersigned will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law Moral Stay off and keen outof trouble C J HAYDOSLUCINDA PAYNESDEE RILEY Parties desiring their names placed n this list may have it done by paying 25c a name cash m advanceED1 THEjBURNING QUESTION Benhani I saw you and Mollle WIl- lIams talking for nil you were worth on the street this afternoon What was the burning Issue f Mrs Benham We were talking about an old llama of mine Chicago News Fever Sores Feaver sores and old chronic sores shouje not be healed entirly but should be keptin healty condition This can be done by applying Chat Iains notsuperlotfolthisfor chapped hands sore nipples burns pyheL 4S 1 The A 8 C and X Y iol ADVERTISING 8wrlttcality he5divideddamnedbad Bargain advertising is in the first class I does sell goods but if well done it could easily inake three blades of grass grow where one grows tnow The worth20now 1250 bargain offer has been done to death The people buy the 1250 paybecausegettinggoodrolluptumbleup waysgoshould use onethird of it down the side for mate bargains I should put the word Bargains ort qescripHonsofsay nothing in figures atiout values or cost prices use that space for describing the goods I should I make the descriptions as brief as possible leave exceptthethat j let the customer come to the store to find out charitybyregularpricedalwaysinstoccclothing that sort of thing and I should make this department so full of life and spiritaDd enthusiasm for the goodsias to make my counters irresistible The store that preaches is in tlie second class Preaching isnt advertising It may be entertaining and instructive it may analyze to a nicety the ethical policy of the store it may impress the weakminded with the fact that this store is a great public benefactor a powerful influence for gdod in the community a sort of merchandise university which ought to be endowed by the State But preaching doesn sell goods it doesnt even draw a crowd mybrassplateissuffident dignity and drawing power of a corpse Mark you or am n0t criticising the idea The idea is fiIie To be a chosen people clothed in purple and fine linen to bask in the sunshine of wealth or of aristocracy or of fame to eat where it eats to drink what it drinks to wear what it wears to buy where it buys to talk what it talks to dress your poodle dog with what it v dresses its poodle dog to be somebody exclusive even one or two removed or second hand that is greatness and pepple pay big money for greatness even for the varnish or 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