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N Si S t V JI 4vSfli r + rtrt cf s J t1 r t f it i L m t 7 infuth1 DEV0JED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTYSc L 1 8 t3 5i fl fIljME VI j SMINIFIELD KY WEDKE9RT JANUARY 12 IS10 ItJrIIUIS S r I SIOCKI- N6I fT A6E y ttIt1e i1tha HayTi Accktently Ky Her LkUe Brother Death Instantaneous 5S trgedyadder and more shocking than which none have occurred m this community 0 was enacted Saturday afIJ ter ooB when little Martha Haydon was iho and ipstantanwiuslv killetl by her little brother Joe The unfortunate affair haDpened as follows fhe two qlder brothers Lloyd and R4ertsone had bee out hunting and upon the con clusion of the hunt they wer unable to eject a shell from the shot gun they had been using Upon returning home they placed the gun in a cabin a short distance from the house and ias they thoSjpKt ourof the reach of the smallerOf children The children howev4i were at play in the cabins little Marta iron J ing hex doll clothes with a toy Iron and Joe playing about Re espied the and taking it from its place of conce ll1t meet began playing with it and finally pointing it at his little sister The gun in some manner was discharged the full load of snot striking Marta in the back fo the head and killing her in stantly The funeral services were conducted by Father Hennessey at St Dominic church Monday morning before a large congregation of sorrowing friends of the little girl and her family AoMartha the four and a half year old daughter of Mr and Mrs G L Hay don was a child of suclia bright andl lovable dispositica that she inindj deared herself to all with carte in cohttfcL She was the jJg tandi tile Haydon home and her death means to the family a void that can not be filled Joe is a manly little low between six and seven felI age He wks pficourse prostrated the sad accident but between his sobs would s yINes Lpointed it at her but Oh I did Hotmean to shoot her- familyhayeThe the sympathy pt the entire community in their greatsorrow J rarmsSold Messrs Willie and Bowman Coomes soWstheir farm of 127 acres on the Springfield pike Similes1 east otfBards townlo Leonard Baker of Springfield Price 4800 Mr Geo Brewer has sold his handsome home and valuable iarm the Rapier Hayden place on the Louisville pike twonines from town to Mr J BTbMnMBi of OWensboro Pric r l22OOKefltu ky Standard A1OOOO Hen n To say that a hen that earns five hundred dollars a week and brings his owner 100 for every egg laid may seem a fairy tale but it is trueI Peggy a fiveyearold Crystal White Orpington owned by Ernest Kellerstrass ot Kansas City Mo is the hen Peggy is valued t ten thousand dollars and her standing iii the poultry world is the highest For every week this hen is exhibited at a ppultry show her owner receives five hundred dollars and for every egg one- hundred dollars Five of the hicks recently sold netted seventy Ive hun dred dollars When one totals Up these earning powers of Peggy it will pseen that She commands an amount equal to many bank presidfiitisalanes and I- S1an equal wage scale with the best vaudeville people in the country Stomach Trouble fued If you have any trouble with your erlalns1Stomach Kloteof EdinaVMo says Ihave used a great different medicines for stomach trouble but tind Chamberlains tomeh and Liver Tablets wore bene ficial tHnany otherremedy Iever used sf For sale by TheLeo Havdon Drug Co J Cochran Harmon j Miss Edna Cochran and Mr E Harmon both well known and popular young people of Mackville drove to town Sunday afternoon and were mar ned by jley W H Williams ai the residence ipf Mr and Mrs Theo Camp bell MrandMra Harmon were ac compaaieGl by several friends who came to witness the ceremony The bride is the daughter of Mrsj Lula Turner and isR very attractive popular y tng1ady Mr Harmon is well known to the people of the couu ty and Is engaged in the mercantile business at Fenwick Buy Interest During the past week there has been a partial change in the ownership of the Farmers Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Mr Chas Camden sold his onethird interest to Mr J F Bishop in turn sold to Messrs Joe WIcoff- of this county and J M Sturgedn of Lake City S C Both of these FgImen are experienced tobacco men ndf will add strength to an already strong Both have been connected thist year with the firm nujvhich they are now partners HIGHEST POINT Ever Reached Here Realized For Tobacco During Past WeeIC5 =No such prices have ever been real ized on the local tobacco marktas those of the week past From 211 cts per pound the weed has ascended o 24 cts 26 eta and today the record price of 27 cents Both houses haye ieen selling large quantities and at average prices which must have been satisfac tory to even the hardest to plea eIOne of the best crops which has been sold was that of Mr E 6 Walker which averaged over ii9 cts This crop was sold at the Washington County House The following rops sold at the Farm ers House are remarkably good ones SIMPSON BROS 1500 pounds Averaged 19 50 Some of thicrop was sold for 2700 GREEN COMSTocK 350 pounds at lie 5950 360 pounds at lISJc L 56 70 335 pounds at 15ic 5276 315 pounds at l6c 50 40 275 pounds at 15c4262 495 pounds at 17cU 8415 560 pounds at 18cl 10220 640 pounds at I8ic 11680 680 pounds at 11730 295 pounds at 141cmi 424 485 pounds at 20cJ gg 42 405 pounds at 20Jc J 8201 370 pounds at 20c7492 475 pounds at 13CJ 6175 235 pounds at 15Jc 3701 6275 j 107968 Average 1720 per hundred SEMIANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE Peoples Deposit Bank SPRINGFIELD KY At close of business December 31 1909 RESOURCES Loans and DiscountsSfl30299Ov- erdrafts 4742 20 Banking House u 500000 Cash on hand and Due fro- mBanks6128747 Total44233266 LIABILITIES Capital Sto k J 5000000 Surplus 3100000 Undivided Profits 91935 Individual Deposits 36041331 Total 44233266 Gross Earnings Six months932700B- al undivided profits July 1 1909 1533211086021 Disposed of as follows Paid dividend No 4- 0sixpercent00000 Added to surplus 7 per cent 350000 Paid expense account 344086IBal undivided Profits 919351086021 GEO D ROBERTSON Prest L H VicePrest rA BOULWAREjGaahieri w c MCCHORD MstChf l t MR JACOB KIMBERLIN I Died at His Home Near Texas Friday Was a Prosperous And Valuable Citizen One of he best known citizens ofT Washington county passed away Fri day Jan 7ti when Mr Jacob Kimber lin answer d the final summons Mr Kimberlms death came as a great shock to the host of people in this coun ty who had flown him for many ydars While he hsd been ill of pneumonia for J about a w ekit was not generally known thathe was sick until announce ment of his death was made Mr Kimberlin was member of the well known family of that had spent his entire life in this couptyJ fading one of its most prominent citi s He had always lived in the Texas neighborhoodwhere he was a thrifty prosperous farmer Mr Kimber lms wife was a Miss Naylpr and to em the following children were born Mrs Nat Campbell Naylor who died about three years ago Mrs Nettie Harmon of Bowling Green Mrs In a Barnett and Mrs W E Crume of this county and John and Hubert Kimberlin The funeral dervices were held Suh day and the remains interred in Bethle hem cemetery APPRECIATED Former Residents of This County GivevThcSunnaCordial Wet come in Their Homes Tower Hill Ill Dec 14 1909Edi tor Sun Springfield KyDear Sir Enclosed find money order for 100 one dollar to renew my subscription to your highly appreciated paper The Sun is always eagerly looked for on Friday but was disappointed last week when it did not come suppose it was because my subscription had expired Very truliZACK CROW Towel Hill Ill R R IDeKalb Dec 18 1909Spring field SunDear Sirs Inclosed you will find thee dollars for your most welcome paper which seems like a let ter from my old home When I look over its columns it does me so mucti good to see in them the great victory of the Democratic party especially in old Washington county and of my friends Ike Thurman Und Tom Gra ham Yours truly S T FERRELL DeKalb Jan 5 1910 Editor The Sun Springfield KyDear Sir Enclosed find 200 to pay my subscrip hon in advance Intended to send it sooner but put it off from time to time so I am very thankful toyou for your kindness Respectfully- Rt 2 Box 20 E J Kyler The Sun and iourionraa ILThe Springfield Bus 100 per year eaeaeoeQae aeaeaea e o QIS a When your neighbor comes in and asks of yojii the privilege 6 f reading your fyaper ask him why he does not subscribe for it and J have it for his family to read If g he complains and sayaas some J of them do that there isnt J much in ittellhim that he can make it bettet by lending it his 2 e assistance by the price of a sub gj 6 scription and also by contribut J ing any piece pt news thathe may Q know of and if he is still too 0 mean to subscribe for his county J Q paper refuse to lend him yours ifO and you will jnake for us a gubr 5 L S scriber H o 1a ao ebe eaa rH f 9jThnknSs2 JAMES WHITCOMB RILEYf J riiI Ive beemthinkin back ot la- teSiiafid Im here to sta- teIpkWits a sign Offt oMiye and decline Of fwolttesrand yit 111I old a bit Any more than sixtyfour Aint no young man any more iiTicjfl backs a thing at grows On a feller I suppose Older t he gits 1 jack More he keeps athinkm back Old as old men git to be TSr as middleaged as me Folksll find us eye and mind Fixed on what weve left behin- Iehabilitatlonlike Them old times we used to hike Long bout Aprl first to pick Out some warmest place to go REMARKABLE l t4t STORY Of Calf Living in Last Weeks Cold Weather Without Food- OrSh 1terJ ji Mr Eobt Canary our genial fellow townsman stands sponsor for a calf story which hfe says not only rivals but eclipses Mr Bookers famous calf story tale as told by Mr Canary and inch he says is absolutely true is as tallowsgamong the stbckhwas a cow which on Wednesday night the night of the snow storm gave birth to a calf which Mr Jocanougher discovered upon going to- t field the next morning That af tewioon he returned to the field to get the cow and calf but could not find the calf Valtho he made diligent search for it Ii the field with the cow and calf were ia number of head of stock and Mr Brady turned this stock including the cow into another field On Friday Mr Cocanougher took his cow home thinking that of course the cold weather had killed the calf Sunday the calf was seen alone in the stock field wliNe it was born Word to this effect was sent to Mr Cocanougher but it was not received by him until Monday He went to the field and got the calf which tried to scamper away and took it home where it is now doing as fine as could be expected Mr Canary does not know whether the calf was kidnaped and held for ransom or whether the calf being of a wayward nature merely ran from home Be this as it may the story is true A Sprained Ankle As a rule a man will feel well satisfied if helcan hobble around 6n crutches in 2 or 3 weeks after spraihing his ankle and it is often 2 or 3 months bqfore he is fully recovered This is an unnecessary loss of time as by applying Cham berlaihs Liniment as directed a cure may as a rule be effected in less han one weeks time and in many cuses within three days Sold by The Leo Haydon Drug Cs First tionalBank RESpURCES Loan anci DisceuntsN31323311 U S Bonds5000000Ban- king House and Fixtures 400000 Overdrafts 919407 Cash and due from Banks 7036121 Total 446788 39 LIABILITIES Stock500oo 00 Circulation 5000000 Surplus Fundt 36000 001 Undivided Profits 57 Bills Rediscounted 3500 00 Deposits A 30324782 r total n 44678889 tI In T a swInrninOoh myphf Wondernow wehadntdiedl t Grate horseradish on my hide Jes thinkin how cold then Thatere worter must la ben Thmkin backWy toodn mel I km call their names and see Every little tad I played With er fought er was afraId Of and iso made him the best FrIend I had of all therest Thinkin back I even hear Them acallin high and clear Up t creekbanks where they see iStill hid in therelike a dream And me stiU apanting on The green pathway they huve gone Still thev hide by bend or ford they hidebut thank the Lord Thinkin back 1 have said I heariaughin on ahead f V Record Broken It has been asserted that no one cane t a quail a day thirty consecutive ays and many stories have been told ip confirmation of it But Drq B nars all of this place has exploded this theory and preyed it to be untrue by experiment Hehas eaten one quail per day for thirtytwo consecutive days and says they were as enjoyable and delectable on the thirtysecond as on the first day He gives it as his opinion that if others have tried this experi ment and failed It has been due to the 1act of improper cooking of the bird Dr Yanarsdall is a reputable physician and a citizen of unquestionable character and reputation Let those who have been overworking this bird story take notice Jat from henceforth we are prepared to denqiince as fishy all future hallucinations on this subject Hartodsburg Herald Good Show Coming thMas New Husband the best musical comedy with the latest songs and clever dancing numbers and catchy specialties will be at the Springfield Opera House on next Wednesday night Jan 19 This is one of the best shows on the road and comes highly recom mended from the Opera House people in our neighboring towns Seats on sale at Red Cross Drug Store Coldest December inThirtv three Years Recorded t rAccording to report of District Weather Forecaster F JWalz just made public December 1909 waa the coldest December m thirtythree years the average temperature for the month being 294 The onlyyear in which this averare hat bean surpassed was in 1876 when the mean temperature for Deceit berwas2s The warmest day in the month was December 4 when the mercury rose to 67 degrees above zero The coldest day was on December 30 wheiit fell to 1 above zero The greatest daily range of temperature was on Deem ber 5 when it elf twentynine degrees i i twentyfour hours The Sun and CourierJournal L5Q The Springfield Sum SLOG per year STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE NSPRINGFIELD KY j1 At Close of Business December 31 1909 7 4040 5tiH farce GrossEarnings paso m iSths 8226i1 Sal Undivided Profitsvr 339703 f TotalL 1 11623 14 Disposed of as follows Paid Dividend No 7ft of 6per cent 300000 Added to Surplus Fund 2per centi yC 1 00000 Paid Expenses kj t 75759 Paid Taxes i 824198 Leaving Undivided Pr fits 8 per cent 4W057 Total 11823 14 A C McELRQYi Caehter KENTJJCKY tt Stay Here Where YvCasGdR- khLive Long Die Happy 1 Arid Go To Heaven The ifreatent activity imagiiMVk heV been1 manifested among ascertain efeec of real estate men in Kentucky wto seem to be a great deal mere ifctereet ed in the dev lopemeet of Texas aiothefsections ot the Sovthwect tfcw they are in the devekeiest ef their own State Some of thee NMM i are of the manor born sad it wetdis appear M reasonable that they wouW naturally feel greater imtereit in tfcer prosperity and dYe iMfltof tlMHr own commonwealth than in that f7Jother place in be widewQcW TW work of these men can only have es effect namely discourage our pope lation with the ppssibiiihea arid opper tunities afforded in the State white m r fapt there areqdajgreateradvaata es to be possessed by the yaopfcio tiiic section of Kentucky than ray IM ffin any section of the entire esst t These agents tell us m tketrTolM jihous advertisements ot the wboierfM soil of the Southwest how many butbete of onions and potatoes that can be pre duced by it and expatiate uPon the AM climate and even gIve some space to- the splendid schools church a commsd ations and excellent society and many other thmszswhich posseee a drawfcg property in order to induce ear peeple to l aye a State where all theee Miye the fine climate of whk tfrey lilif ly bout totake chances juiK klier section where the many disadyantasS which they may find far over balac those which exist at home There art mountains in Kentucky and also Aso t bluegraas By this it it tny beseee that all the land in the State is set marvelously fertile neither is it leveL It iSi however of gfuat such character as the modern agriculturiatv and her ticulturist who might wish to erifag in those lines after the all arasdTths ner would desire and which would render their business a success Th re are thousands of acres of land in ttrera Kentucky which only need to be cultivated upon scientitic principle apd prop rly fertilized and caredfor to become as fettile and as productive as any silin the world 4hQf UHR land is still in its virgin state beMNr covered with fine Umber and underneatk neath which exists mineral which makee its value incalculable The cOUbtIjia i1tf 1 immune aiainstpeatileeinely watered and nothing is necestaiylio make it just the finest and most desirable placer in i the world to find A happy homer get rich raise a big stout intelTitsi family and die at a ripe old age sad ft to heayen Catlettsbarg Tribune Hats Off toUnol w 7 r We feel that we are indebted U our Valley Hill correspondent mbeed we are so much indebted to hina that we feel unable to express our think tor the kindnessf shown us BeeieMir jendinkus a newsy letter each week during the pastyear tat fall ut W fore4The frost was on the Pel4ibm- ade us a present ofa nie nwt itCJesweet potatoes and to further n I ber us he has just made us a pt l the nicestvihg rbbit thut he r41find in the Valley Hill norvhhX r We wish to extend him our siiwerei Lhanks for theki 1driiss shbwn ju hope that wesgill always hay J pleasure of having his friendship f VIi iA rri htful Wrtick f of tram automobile or buggy may eiw il uts brumes abrasions tvcaiiiii inr rounds teat demand BuckleftM Ariij alveearthsZreate3t healex QnMtcv 1 relief and prompt cure iis1 iF rbumtlbOiJsSQrH r all ki44ieaMBCv IjapDed haade and Itp eyw QrTw its tuprem i SUPSt iiile curc 25c at Hayden ria THE SPRINGFIELD sUfi WEDNESDAY JANUARY I29IO a 1 l JL Jl JIIlJlilN 1 I1 WJj JI r 1hirlr r WIateSfC 4 remo straon r One WeekJanuary 24 to28n i i F11 EI ti a cAN i5H trtseavolR FLUSH WITH rQP OF = I 0 THE GREAT AND iRAND M JE5TICflflNfET- H RfiNQ JUITW A REPUTATION MADE NA t a1ZE3 AND ILEv MAJESTIO use hotter practically repairs long bake giye better satis than the you positively at once l v l COME DEMONSTRATION SfE IT TO v lwcELRoySULrz springfleidkj ArM INTpRESTING I J LETTER l S v flj i from Deep CreeRDeathofMrs Aniold OW friends Spend wtitbe Holidays at Home 1i iDelayed last week The Home of Mr Shelby Arnold was r t saddened Wednesday Dec 22 hxt vaited there and sealed the eyelids of Ks beloved wife Mrs Ora Arnold worn the Lord had looked own upon ih her three weeks intense suffering till His mercy be same unbearable so Hem n His wis a and mercy saw it best to call her lferegtvwhere t sufferings and awful j inwill no longer be felt Mrs Arnold was the of Mr and Mrs and about three ago Shwase c the Beech church in 1905 and lived a constant Chnstian un til death and was loved by all tha game in contact with her because th gentle and sunny she pos ceased All that skilled ano hiving hands could do was done for her recovery all no avail fcy the family circle relatives and sympathizing bad anxious friends an swered her Saviours a with willing jess Oh the silken cords that once wound one to another have been broke- which can never be rebound and n of condolence can soothe the hearts of the bereaved hus lend father mother brothers and sis tCrs in this hour of Funeral services were held by Bro H P Hat Thursday at Deep Creek mere the remains were interred Th Deceased was about 20 years of an leaves a little about 2 years of age besides a husband father brothers and two sisters 1ioet pt friends to mourn their loss itusKJesus bear the cross alone dill the world go Jo there 13 a Croat for everyone And there1 isa ossfor lie l t TCAUELROD CnN FURNISH RIGHT HflND FLJStf RESERVOIR J t I n t Mr and Mrs John H Elliott visited fllr and Mrs W Gi Nicholas Sunday and while there Mr Nicholas who is of relating old traditions and things dated back the time of his father showed them handle of butcher knife that hiss father earned in the battle at New in the vear 1 U9 The handle is Pf horn and is still good but has not got the knife attached to ita showed them set ot dinner plates six m number that bought betore he was born are and of the old lash ioned flowered type Mr Nicholas is now 75 yearspld tjs ao to see of long ago and to hear the stories of old relatedover and over Mr and Mrs Anderson Lawson of Rockwell Tex are hereon an extend visitto relatives and old Sleep S eepis natures rebuilding period the braintree newed If You lose sleep yotn system isr the strei s tli sleep give Continued loss of multiplies this loss until you become a physical wreck Miles urln bringsorefreshing invigorating sleep ervine contains no opiates and therefor leaves no bad aftereffects For over two years suffered un told agonies my friends thotfht was going crazy could Snot sleep nor tried different doc butfailed to find reUetMfwould ache all the time was oncentrtedthat sleep was out tho question After taking one bottle of Dr Mlles Nervine felt changed am now on my bot ILand am able to do my work MRS MAY Enpllsh Inf- Yeor sells Dr Miles tile and we him to return price of lint bottle only If falls to benefit you ICilei Medical CQY ElkhartMnd y NJEVEKBURN COOKER STEAMIER CULLENDER AND DRAINERThe Perforated shown id center IllS small feet which Admits water at the bottom Nothingam burn Food be jifted out of Spain vessel shownon left the same draining oU all tho water The Steamer or Cullender shown on right can be used as an prdipary Cullender also fits on top of main vesscland is used as a steamer THK JESTIO Extra THE 18oz All TILE JESTIO Hoz All Heavy Stamped Iron 1Inr lcCoppd Toll Copper ISlckolplated Coffee Izcd Kettles complete with cover Kettle nickeled on Pot Rcnaso rely nickeled and handle that holds on cover outs do tinned inside outside and tinned on inside THE Marble THE MAJESTIC Patent TWO MAJESTIC Patent Ized Enameled Pudding Pan Ncverbufn Wired Dripping ever nurn Wired Dripping Made specially fine for the PanSize of pun 14H in x 20 in Pans Size of pan 9 in x 12 in Majestic Set Made specially forthe Majestic Set Made specially for Majestic heat cos as t on tf above a 1 rl Ib all she son a a a all 1 I I I I I It at It on on Set Mr left to his home put something like twenty years ago and never visited his old Kentucky until four years ago when he accomnanYl his father Mr and wife to Tex- 4s This is his second and the first for his with Mr and Mrs Lawson haye it as theiraim to remain with us until March betore returning to their To all the correspondents and readers goodmore letters thi year as my home will bej too far away but would be should some friend take my place e allwijl continue your corrfr and help make The Sun a Sindroe The little son of Mr and Mrs G W Key who was threatened with pneri1 mohia itjwo weeks ago is reported much better at this writing Jirs Kitty Young of Illiriois accom parried pv her two children is here on an extended visit to her brothers and sisters relatives and old friends Mr Woodsie Coyle having sold out his jfarm in this vicinity has purchased the property of Mr R W Edwards at Pot sville and possession was given him Jan 3rd He will enter the merchant business Ye wish him success in his new undertaking- Mr and Mrs YJB moved into the house vacated by Mr and Mrs J lILEUiott Sr Monday Mr Elliott and family go to Danville te make their future hOme Mr T N Bradley leaves Monday for Georgetown where he will attend school and prepare himself for the ministry May the Lord Make him into usefulness and may his be crowned success in bringing sinners out of dark nes to light is the sincere the ofl DoI1IPittelit1euhter pt Mr Mrs Marcus oung was badly burned Wednesday alternoon and it was for a while that there was no hope for ber but at present report is that she is doing nicely J IjTbe Sun and CourierJournal LA niiualalpetor Tne ami 4J00 veal oS l lI SPRINGFIELD R P D 2 All of the grandchildren of E G Mc were present at his Jan 1 There were fourteen Everybody enjoyed themselves very much Sister Colette ipf Biiritsville Ala was ab sent Mr Eugene Bf fry New Hope is visiting relatives at this place Rtr Thompson and sister Flora spent a few days lest week with their sister Mrs Bert Kidwel at this iplace Mr antftMrs Willie arespend mg a few days with the latter p ents Mr and Icates of Meafle county Mr George Wurfel of Louisville af ter spending Christmas with friends and here has returned home Miss Osborne j beautiful gold watch given by Linder Sr Son of It is a Gem and she it very much Mr Reynolds has moved to his new home in Nelson county Miss Lee Walker spent a few days with her cousin Miss Florence Phillips at Booker Miss Regina Newton has to her home at Cissellville after spending Christmas with Miss Julia Scalding Mrs Mahoney pfTMcInUse spent Christmas with her daughter Mrs Jim HInton TO TIlE PUBLIC We are Agents fon Sage and We Know the Guarantee t is GenuineTile Leo liar don Drug Co ijPansmn4inYIgoratorisguntanteed To stop hair To cure dandruff To pure itching of To put life faded hair Tor make harsh hair soft and luxuriant To make lairgrow or money back Itis the most delightful hair and is a great with ladies who and hair Price 50c a large S Q U V E N I m Set of Majestic ware R E E If you will call at our store during our Demonstration Week and allow us to show you tile many advant ages and superior qualities of the great and grand Majestic Range and will one at the regular price we will I give you FREE the and useful Souvenir etof Ware illustrated in this advertisement This is to match the quality of the MajesticRaigesand we know all Ladies see the beauty andutility of this set especially the first pieces which are new and He had alone by purchase except at a high price THe prices of Majestic Ranges are thesame but we give tHe set Freewith Majestic bought during demon strationweekonly REASONS WHY THE GREAT MAJESTIC SHOULD BUY I It has the reputation of being best money can buy 2 It not only reputation but is the best range made and we will this to YOU if you will let us 3 It is constructed of Malleable iron material you cant and of Charcoal Iron material that resists rust cent greater than steel is rivited togojher airy tigHt No escapes or cQld air enters range thus uses very little fuel to do perfect work 4 The alone is worth the price f the range any other reservoir made It boils 15 of watery is heated likea tea kettle pocket against Iefthap4j lining and is movabletand sets on a ep can not wear out When water gets too carflje away from fire J RANGES less fuel more waterand it nothing for lasts three times easier toKep cleanan faction any other range market knew that the were true wouldnt you V fIN DURING WEEK AND WILL PROVE YOU ate i t from night tender mercy during daughter John STarherly years pored Grove Sept of disposition physicians to Surrounded piercing sorrow chfitt afternoon age mother fKree free fond in Orleans buck ware interesting thins ed friends wlien should sleep I ebead4 worried I oniJerfully thirty SCOTT druggist Nerve Authorize Cooker can MAJESTIC Nickelplated TTnndsomely MAJESTIC r better Lawson here make West dome same to Harvey Lawson visit hpmeiin Texas pleased Tuesday Carpenter ministry with writer thought No intire home 3910 of Albert Fowler s tyrs relatives Rosa na Bardstown beautiful appreciates Walter returned Tilda ansfan falling the into dressing favorite Beautiful luxuriant bottle F MajestiQ purchase beautiful made three entirely cannot Very each Range YOU range hasthe prove break heat reservoir oven gallons with frame hot moved heat statements buy Majestic 1s words with alsp Thev sound Dr MAJE aged much prayer scalp made desire ware will 11 1 J Ull IIiIHIli- fi IDmnlnt11G 1gdllriliIlH nt1 r t LOOKDaily IFor three months and The Spring Sun one year are being offered until March 317 for I 7i Daily Louisville Herald Iand The Springfield Sun are being offered until January 31 and no longer both one year for 2 75 The Daily Louisville Times iand The Springfield Sun are now being offered both one year for J5IDaily Evening Post and The Springfield Sun are now being offered both one year for 35O WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL and The Sun Doth 1 year150 WEEKLY HERALD- andThe Sun both 1 year S140 Send check postoffice money order or paper money to THE SUN SPRINGFIELD KY It iirq6 MJffi taul t tB a UII ai1 osr F r U3 0iA f DER- irFOR 5Er3 1 hf 11JOB P1iNTINGJ I TIm rWORJISI BEST- THBPRICE IS RIGHT JJ Slogans 1 fREESevent g M achiae runs ligktcr tLam a y other mEElasts longer than gaytother if more beautiful tkauji any other PREE ha a Jess vibratio than any other tFnEis s to operates that any otter r IEEmalice a more perfect ttitchthananyothcr mEEis the bert of all coca t Lined in one r fREE SEWltGMAGIH GO CHICAGO ts ILLINOII ROBERTSON CLAYBRppr CO Agent Spriagfieki KT- f4t s THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JANUARY 12 1910 f 3 Jt tt I Y J IIAo if t Barber P llus SUCCESSORS TO THE OLD FIRMS OF 4 rJLBARBER and l PRiNG 1ELD LUMBER GO tpt 1 Jullline of ali fhateach of the old firms carried NCLb JNG Buiidling Materials iridsI Buggies Iriipienients Hardware relwarer Groceries f Werrespectfully solicit a of ourgand ihanI n f oufor your past w a remain Respectfully J L Barber J F Pettus- =tr EXCHANGE fv EXCERPTS Vv w rf vSiiyin saricl Doings of the Press t At rge v1P i yi JT hen mans temper is ruffledhis row8 ire usually knit i i utehyour star to the water wagon r and never mind the joltsTimes- me man who believes in giving the Veyll hisdue should never have hi body cremated Shelby v rom the horny band ot toil comes jSf richest harvest of contentWS- tewart Royston If you would increase your happiness and prolong your life forget your neighbors faultsLebanon Enter prase p It4jmay be right to ask women tore iImove this hats ip church but wher- eintheworld will they put them Sure ShotThe following was printed in a Ken- tuckY paper a quarter of a century ago Writ true then or now V Little clumps of whiskers Tjlitle seeds of hay Often make thestatesmen Of the present day i J Faith in ones fellowman is a wholesome possession even though it may r rBpmetime be misplaced it is more de desurable than the habit of doubt and u detraction Mayfield Mirror r Donot overWorry about your little JIfboy picking Up slang from his playmates He will outgrow it You say that he uses expressions that you never heard before Maybe Tie has some new ones Please send samples Publish ers Auxiliary S invenitiona combined talkin machlDec r petsweeper and a letter opener said the agent stepping briskly into an office Got one already n answered the proprletorImmatriedEx Though poor am I in all the world deems wealth T thank Thee Lord these greater gifts J find Than riches hoarded up by miser hands A happy heart and a contented mind Anna J Roberts in Chicago Record rV Herald When I grow up said Ethel wit a dreamy Imaginative look Im going to be a school teacherWell Im going to be a mamma and have six childrensaid Edna Well when they come to school to me Im going to whip emwhip em whip em YouI mean j thing exclaimed Edna 4E L I oif farming 1 Fin and En Etc share favors Yours SentineL t1 tears came into her eyes What nave youlEXHe who can choke the sweet flowers of social bye and taint them with di fcease vor in the paradise of earthly bliss where the plants of virtue flour ish spread the blight and mildew of desolation hatred and distrust who can crush his neighbors fame to dust and build on its ruinswho can write infamy on the brow of others to prove his own purity norrbeast but a heartless fiend Recorder J mostunfortuidate in the English alphabet because it iBhever in cash always in debt and never out of danger says a Texas newspaper But eIS all right It occurs four times in The Shelby Sent nel is never in war but always in peace the beginning of existence the commencement of ease the end of trouble and without it there could be no pure water n6 wheat bread no meat no life no Gospel no Jesus no father mother brother sister home or 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Mernorium In 10vllig reniembranceoflittle Emma MaeT tnerYbpdied December 11 1909 aged two years and six months She isbne biit nbtrforfOtten Dearest mother she has left sand purtoss weideeply feel But tis God thathasbereftus ItHecan all our sorrow heal Yet again we hope to meet thee When the day of life is fled vihWjWhere Those little lips so sweet to kiss Are closed forever now iThose sparkling eyes that shone so bright Beneath that pearly brow That little heart that beat so high V Free from all care and gloom Are hidden now from those she loved Beneath tlJesilenftomby Another little lamb has gone t X To dwell with Him who gave Another littledarlingDabe C Is sheltered in the grave God needed one more angel child 4 Amongst His shining band V And so He bent with loving smile And clasped our darlings hand From a cousin L F S Catarrh Cannot Be Lured with local applications a as cannot Catarrhisin order to cure it you must take inter nal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucuous medicineItphysicians in this country for years and a regular prescription It is composed of the known com bined with the best blood purifiers acting directly on the mucous surfaces erfect combination of the two in gredients is Wpat produces such won ip curing catarrh Send for testinomals free F J Cheneny Co Todedoi 0 Sold by Druggists price 75c fi Take Halls Family Fills for constipation FIoyd4AbetL The marriage of Miss Winifred F1oyd- to Mr Everard Abell was sblemnized at St Auguntines churoh Tuesday morning Pan 4th afnineoclock Rev Father Hogarty ceremony The atteodan s were Miss Bertha Abell a MrIW W Floyd a brot icr of the bride The ushers were M ssrs Marion Abell and Spalding Robins Mrs J Lum Abell beautifully plagued the wedding march arid music incident Jtoyd was attired in a taupe grey coat suit and Mr Abell wore a black traveling suit t The bride who is the daughter of Mrs Mary Floyd Qfthls city has been a valued employe of The Falcon office for several years and is a young lady of unusually bright and pleasing person ality The groom is a successful farmer the son of Mrs Julia AbellLebanon Fal ion our- Stoma h Miona Puts the Stomach in line Shape m Five Minutes If your stomach is continually ck ing up a disturbance you feel bloated and distressed if you belch gas and 1sour the mouth then you need Miona Stomach Tablets the best prescription for indigestion ever writ ten Miona stomach tablets give instant relief of course but they do more they drive out the poisonous gases thatcause fermentation of food and thoroughly clean renovate and strengthen the stomach so that it can readily digest food without artificial aid Miona stomach tablets are guaranteed to cure Indigestion acute or chronic or money back This means that nervousness dizziness and bilious ness will disappear Druggists every where and The Leo Haydon Drug Co Testssample free from Booths Mionar Ytwas the care of four differ ent doctors during nine months and 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Collateral t f c fli U S Bondi A fr fPOther Stocks Bonds Etc 18199DrieSromfrom TrQ tCotnleUnited State and National Bank Note u 168500 19939beckse for Clear njt HousefOrirdrafta secured r Zi ZZ 1615019Tmtt09 Cwar nV expenses Paid 475V5Q Keal tate Banking House Vtiv vi v f Other Real Estate 4 J f 307000 270000Otbt rTotal 4 523541 3 t v V LIABILITIES ii ct1500000fiurptoe t 11272111itIBd 301042DpoaihDemand certificates of Deposits on which interest is paid tTkne Certificates of Depositsonwhich interest is Ia dfaSavings Deposit on 148900 3359942D82748DuCashiers Checks outstanding i Ketee and Bills rediscounted Jt Taxes Unpaid JIVldendstokt r Bills payable iitAt l50000 Amount of unclaimed deposits on hand Other Liabilities not included under any of the above headsx Total iA 5235413 i tTj r State of Kentucky lpt T County of Washington l Everett Keeling Cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief EVERETT KEELING Cashier Subscribed and sworn to betore me this 6th day of January 1910 My commission expires at end ofnext General Assembly W W HYATT Notary Public j PresidenttiiT J MILLER TTI NOEL Directors I SPRINGFIELD SUN- ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance L SMITH Editor aid Publisher r lilted at the postonice at Springfield for transmission through the mails as secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION OM Tear r r Jbe Months 5o TkreeMoathii 25 ANNOUNCEMENT FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to announce the Hon Ben Johnson of Nelson county asa candidate for re election to Congress from the Fourth Congressional District subject to the action ot the Democratic party The 1909 Tobacco Crop According io figures compiled by the United States Department of Agricul ture the1909 tobacco crop amounted to 949357000 pounds The report gives the average price at the farm as 101 cents per pound making total value of the crop 95719000 We hardly understand how this valua tion was arrived at A comparatively small proportion of the 1909 crop has yet been sold and tobacco is an article which is difficult to placea valuatio- ion Itis worth what it brings Pos siblythe Government got is valuation r from the trust If so the figures will have to be revised unless the Govern went succeeds in abolishing the tobac copoolwllichitlfi nw trying to It does seem alittle hard to us people that our Government should allow the American Tobacco Company a Ytrust ot the first water to go unmolest ed and then try to crush the farmers for organizing simply to protect them selve Farmers Home Journal Iwile Near Choking to Death A little boy the son of Chris D Pet enbn a well known resident ot the vil lage of Jacksonville Iowa had a sudde- and violent attack of croup Much taiiek stringy phlegm came up after giv Chamberlains Cougth Remedy Peterson says I think he would hav fcoked to death had we not given him tbia remedy For sale by The Leo Maydon Drug Co i dWipapefs fosaleatahisofiice fJ i f J v i Live Stock Markets Reporf dby Bourbon Stock JournaiBou- bon Stockyards Louisville yan 11CattleThe re eipts 173 heaoc for two days 1671 tfie attendance of buyers was hght the demand narrow and the market gcie desirable butch rs firms medium and common slow seders and stocker s nominally steadlx bullsfirm canners dull milch cows u charged no heav Y cattle here1eeling easy on that class Calves Heceipt 184 forthe two days 212 the market rule bout steady bulk of best fJ8fc medium 5 g7ic common 2i5c Hogs Receipts 592 for the two days 6095 the market ruled Veak and unevenly lower 165 Ibs and up 86113 to651bs 835 hey Pih814 light pigs 7725 roughs 790Vflown the pens were only fairly well cleared and the market closed dull Sheep and Lambs Receipts light 4 head for the two days 117 the ma was quiet and unchanged the best faiy sheep 3J4c the best lambs bi6Jc fancy higher common sheep and cull lambs slow sale GRIN WHEAT J No 2 red andlongberryL4125Wil 30 No 3 red and longberrY 13125Rejected 28c less on loveeTlJft less CORN f No 2 white 1fNo 2 mixed 70 OATSlNewi f 51Ji No 2 mixed 51 Rye n JtJ Sills The prices for wheat are thoset paid by deal era the quotatioas for corn and oatS are sell lug prig es Accidentn Homer Baker aged fourteen years the youngest son of Mr Ezra Bake- who lives near Nevins this countywhi nut hunting with two companions Tuesday December 29th and in the act climing over a fence acjcidentlly dis charged his gun the load entering his face and tearing opdtr tbe skull killing him instantly His companions Willie Caruthers and the older brother Owen Baker had already scaled the fence and were made aware of the accident hearing the discharge of the gun T young men had gone hunting in t morning and at the time of the accident wenabout one mile below McCalls spring oa Gilberts creek Funeral servIces residenece Thursday morning by Rev W D Moore after which the body was interred in a family burying ground near Fox Creek Anderson NewsR J tX Y I Dr1G1TtnRESIDENT Teeth Ex1rac1edUfith out Pain 4 CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky Office in Hasron Block up stAIrs Local News Notes Mr and Mrs Ruel E Foster are re ceiving congratulations over the arrival ot a fine boy on Sunday January 9 1910 See Mas New Husband at the Opera House Jan 19J Best musical comedy on the road for fine laundry work go to Greenes Barber Shop ESTRAYOn Jan 2 a black cow with white head about 4yearsold strayed from my place hear Graded School Re ward for any information her where abouts MH COYLK Sell your Hides and Furs to Grins tead He pays highest prices At Jones old stand Springfield Lodge No 50 F A M will meet m regular co cpnununication Monday evering Jan 17th Bro Law son will deliver a Masonic Lecture at this jneeting and every member is re quested to be present Members of Sis ter Dodges are fraternally invited WANTED A large old style cameo pin and a oink coral pin for a customer who will pay liberally for same ED M RtssELL Come and see the great cooking wonder at our store all next week You have a chance to get a Souvenir Set of Ware free See large advertisement in this paper MCELROY SHULTZ Rev W H Williams pastor of the Sundaycand his pulpit will befilled by Rev 3 B Witherspoon of Louisville at both MrtWilliams will be absent a week or two Do you love good comedy good music good singing and good dancing If so see Mas New Husband at the Opera House Jan 19 Seats on sale at Red Cross Drug Store Get a Majestic Souvenir Set of Ware at McEIroy Shultzs store during demonstration week Jan 24 to 29 4STRAY SHEEPOn my place about 8 days ago 15 sheep with red paint on their hip Owner may have them by paying tor their keep and this adv- ertisementJAS B GOATLEY Valley Hill Ky etThe Ladies of the Metnodist church will serve dinner on county court day in 1fHaving sold my residence I am selling privately all my household ef fects Miss FANNIE WALL Sell your Hides and Furs to Grinstead He pays highest prices At Jones old stand Buy a range with a reputation and dUrrngto 29 Come in arid let us show you MCELROY SHULTZ We have a number of farms for sale toIbacco farms stock farms all kinds of inIORVILLEARNOLD OR DR DEATS ofBardstown Ky The Ladies of the Baptist church will jserye Court Day Dinner in February t Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more but Mr Leo Haydon y Pressinghe onhePRESSINGtCLUB GEO G GOWDY Prop Drop in our store during our Majestic Demonstration Week Jan 24 to 29 and let us show you why the Great and Grand Majestic Range is the best or earth A Souvenir Set of Ware worth 800 given with every Majestic Range soldMCELROY c SHULTS 1n J t riI iii i CLEARANCE SALE OF + I Ladies Tailored Suits Cloaks H fursRt 2 v One lol 25 ndo 14 S8Suits for P fit One lot i2ioq and I5OOe8I1SBA S atfitWto T Ladies Black T isis a tare chance to buy ifhtYiowPriceso fit hurry and get here before are all out t Special Low prices on Ladles Lawn Waists Saline waists tand Silk land Satine Petticoats t in every Come and be coftvinced I The ROBERTSONCLAYBROOKE GO INCORPORATED tfit++it i ti i i i++ ++t+ +4 + Its worth 800 to you tu read our advertisement in this paper so dontj oyerloipk it MCELROY F os rA ring with a cbatlof arms eng it in the wa the Old Inn at 915 bcl 301909toA very reward will be paid to the ifinaer if returned lto MEREDITH A JOHNSTON Lexington Ky The Board of Supervisors for Washy ington county is still in session but will probably get through their labors before the end of the week After the board has cohipleted its task of assess ing the at an approximately true valuation they will be in session to hear complaints from those whose property they have raised In another column of this paper will be found the statement of the Peoples Deposit Bank showingjt has enjoyed the prosperity that has blessed puren tire iu 1009 Tne statement shows the Bank paid to its stockholders 6 per cent dividend and added to its surplus 7 per cent This closes 20 years history of this bank In the 20 years it has paid to its stockholders 40 regu lar dividends and earned a surplus of 310000 and in the twenty yearsha not lost as much ag 100000 in bad debts or This speaks well for the management of this InstlbltonI Those Pies of Boy boyhoOdNo Yonvfe e kidneys the regular bowelj of Your digestion is poor and you blame the food Whats needed A complete toning up dlIgestionStomach food and fairly saturate your body with new health strength an vigor SOc at Haydon Robertsons Ladies 20 Long Black 200 + jCnat orlipr5 Loag S 00Q t for v itLong tfHfchClass Garmentsfo a closed White Black Bargains department I ++ avelupon hiroomsof property country otherwise boyhood 0 ok Daily Courler Journal = Forthr a months and The Spring field Sun one year are being of fered until March 31 for r 75M Daily Louisvilfc Herald and The Springfield Sun are being offered until January 31 and no longer both one year for 7 r The Daily Louisville rimes and The Springfield Sun are now being offered both one year f- orS35O i Daily Evening Ppst and The Springfield Sun are now fors1 WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL and The Sun both 1 year15W- EEKLY HERALD and The Sun both 1 year140 eyIQSPRINGFIELD KY ANTIOCHf Mr Jim Hahn died at his home on December 24 1909 after along illness of stomach trouble Deceased was a loving husband anda good neighbor The remains were laid to rest in the Fairview cemetery on Dee 26 He leaves a wife anq three sisters and four brothers and a host of friends and rela tiyes to mourn their loss He willbe greatly missed by ally ho knew hini- J3r Murdock of Sparrow has moved in our community j We are sorry to report Mrs Catherine Clark very low at this writing i Mr Vallas Royalty has moved to his new home near Willisburg Mro toftheirMr Jim Blacketer and family of Willisburg spent Sunday night with Mr Jake Snider and family While Mr N W Dennis waavspliting wood on last Thursday the ax glanced- and cut his foot very badly bathe is doing very well at this writing Mr and Mrs C C Hahn of Vas dike spent Friday lthMrsHs father Mr A Snider and family x Mr John Mitchell of Vandikeand Miss Pearl Snider of this place were s at Tatham Friday Miss EJffie Snider of this dace spent several days last week at Tathkra Master Alfred Hungate tseveral days last week with nis father Mr J H Hungate of Tatham HarrisouvifeOwitbMrThomas cinna and relatives at this place Work Z4 Hours a Day madeareothealththat t languor into energy brain into heqacbeHaydon Robertsons Notice of Removal I have moved my Harness shop from the Searcy building to Kimballsimplement r the public with my handmade ssh r t r But Remember I That my Shoe shop and Harness Repair shop willbein the rooms one door above Clerks office on Main Cross street Thanking you for your past trade I am Respectfully Geo J Begemann I t i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JANUARY 12 1910 II r SpecialsV FOR JANUARY We will make Special Prices during January on Carpets Rugs = r Matthgs Lacy Curtains and wall paper f r Rugs QXI2 Axminster Rugs 21 to 2500 9x12 Tapestry Rugs 10to 1750 4x7 Smyrna Rugs 1 495 3x6a 300 3ox6a rs 250 3x6 Axminister Rugs lVitul 375 27x54Y Z 250 3x6 Velvet Russ 295 27x54 Velvet Rilgs 135 Special prices winter goods during month of January Ik Go I L = = = = EJrm 1IiiilJSiiid1 rwi if 1 5wI iSPIIINGFIELD KY PHONE 72 TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT Pain tr Dan jir All int1iis office is first Workaaa in respect and jnst as advertised GUARANTEED I ISuOver McElroy Shaders Grocery i QboQaQODDOODa Q IPersonal Notes e 0 e 0ar Visitors In and Out of TownA aD Round lipoftheWeeks D Personal News e ra D aooooooQoODO 7JkG A Dahoney arid Mrs Win cnesterphiHips of Lebanon spent Yesterday in Springfield Miss Katie Hertlein has returned home after a visit to friends in Louis t lrMiss Ellen Gregory leftMonday for Middlesborb to visit her sister Mrs Carlisle Clellan Mr John Goatley and wife of Kansas are the guests 61 Mr J F Gregory arid family ftev 1 P Haynes of Louisville spent Sunday with fnends here Misb Sue is the guest of her sister Mrs Funk in Louisville r l Mrs Louis Harmon of Bowling Green was called here by the death of her father Mr Jake Kimberlin =Mrs Fannie Durham returned to her home ip Campbellsyille last week after visit to her son Mr J R Durham Mr Robert Mayes and Miss May Mayes returned to school atLexington Saturday Sister Louise Robertson and Miss Louise Haydon were called here from Memphis Tenn by the death of Miss Haydon sister Martha Haydon rt sti4 a aanaJ CarpetsAxm- inster Carpets tOO Tapestry Carpets85c and 90c Ingrain Carpets 35c t5c 65c and 75- cMattingx12i4c 15c 20c and 25c Lace Curtains 40e s c75c i 125I5d up to 400 11WallPon all Cunningham Duncan t Duncan 1 =Mrs Kate Williams returned homq Saturday after a several days stay in Louisville lirW F Trusty was at Buffalo Ky last week Miss Sue Sweeney of Louisville visiting at the Grundy HometMr Sam Rav and wife have gone to Harrodsbqrg to make their home Messrs Richard Spalding Parker Medley Ben F Simms and J C jShader Jr have returned to St Marys College Misses Stella and Lottie Simms have returned home alter spending several weeks with their aunt Mrs F E Kuhn nn Nashville Tenn Mrs T A Spalding of Bardstown was called here b the death of her niece Martha HaYdob Jl Miss Mabel Williams has returned- to Hamilton College iMiss Margaret Spalding visit fnends m Louisville last week Mr B H young and family will leave for Louisville this week where they will make their future home =Hon T Scott Mayes spent Sunday in Louisvillei Miss Mabel Prices visiting friends in L banonf Mr J S CIaybooke is in Scotts boro Ala on business fRev W H Williams is inSt Loui for a weeks visit to relatives Miss Lizzie Lee who wasfcall here by the illness of her sister s Josie Lee returned tci Prryville today Mrs Lynn Bush isillof grip Allen Waters is ill of grip Mr R C Clarkson and son of Lebanon were here to attend the funeral of MarthJHaydon Mr and Mrs W R Selecman have moved into Mrs Elizabeth Grahams house on Gundy Avenue Miss Rodman Thurman has returned to school at ShelbyVille after spending the holidays with Judge and Mrs L H Thurmin taII Ltura + 1 t y T1 + + + + + + + + w + T + 1WWWWWWW s t NOTICE y We have moved our Millinery Store from the rooms over j J Graves Jewelry Store to the fitWWe are now offering Great Bargains in all lines of Millinery and ask our friends to call iandsee our x goods before buyingI Wathen Shadcr f rt 1tf r J r I rIOMessrs Clelland Boblitt and Oscar Campbell will leave Saturday for Wir chester where they will attend school Mr and Mrs Frank Simms and family left Tuesday for Bardstown where theywill make their home Mr John Wycoff spent Sunday an Monday with his parents at Mackville He was accompanied back to Springfield by his sister Miss Briggs who entered St Catharines Academy Through Life JarAndYet spiritnotes breathe from afar And wbolej wordsWhenThe low sweet whispers hope affords Is sunshine to the heart t The futures mirror may retain The form that truelove bore r againegarb its absence wore Each act of lifes a lengthened trace Of circumstantial force its end to us unseen through space Yet still it holds its course Our earthly hopes may fade and die Affection breathe no morel Still theresan angel in the sky Ouranguish watching oer s And he will shed sweet pitying tears To wash each pant away And bear us on through bJissbou d yearss and love to stay G W D in Danville Advocate edLOcUST GROVE Born to the wife of Mr Ed Birch a fine daughter Mary Blanton Birch Mrs Nannie Bdbbitt has returned to icr home at Lebanon after a pleasant visit to her sister Mrs A L Litsey Mr and Mrs Will Merritt will mov to Springfield in the near future to make their home Mr Harvey Leachman and wife ar spending this week with his parents LeachmaniMr Clyde Gibbs of Shelbyville visiting Mr and Mrs Ed Birch Mr Fred Simms of Cormshviile is the guest of Mr George Moore Mrs Laura Brewer wife of J P Brewer died at her home near Here last Thursday morning after a three weeks illness of pneumonia The deceased w a young woman of many lovable traits of chaacter and had many friends The funeral services were conducted tRev J A Sims and t buriallook place in Fairview cemetery Fever Sores Feaver sores and old chroniq sores shoule not be healed entirly but should be kept in healty condition This can be done by applying Chamberlain Salve This salve has not superior for excellentfor yThet I The SctaphBook A Tough Time With a Joke Henry E DIxey told a story to the effect that John Stetson once went behind the scenes In his New York theater and found fault with 0 certain such Angelo Dlxey more the original story hurried tell been the humor the piece scenery then Whatls the thing anyway 1 he asked Informed him that was a scene aft Michael Ange whereupon Stetson pomp exclaimed Well its good Pay Mike his salary and let him W I llf A day or two I DlxeyPAV1IM Jack but Haverly dldut seem to repentedproperty smite exclaimed Oh yes I seethere aint no person as Thisamused than and he off to Stet ButIIn detecting of of touse blamed Thestage- maqtger It er 10 ously no co Gogto Haverly thing W yI 7 I lidont you seer A Good ONE ON exclaimed Dixey1IAVERLY with great earnestness told this yarn to Haverly and he replied Thore aint no such person as Michael gelo AnI HAh yes cried Stetson with a sud den gleam of intelligence he ought to bays said There Isnt any such person- as Michael Augelol Yes yes a goad one on Haverly Ha ha ha Tomorrow Hav faith and thy faith shall sustain thee careWiththee bearBydeterredd saddened By fear of what never occurred Let tomorrow take care of tomorrow appearweStill shdrter by folly and fear Halt our troubles are half our inventions conterredHaveOf evils that never occurred Didnt Blame Him Jim BIdwell was 4i pioneer and frontiersman In the old days As women were few and far between at that time squawOnthe happy hunting grounds BIdwell who was really a good fellow and whom any of the recently arrived women would gladly have accepted as a husband went swat and there met and married a bright and pretty young wo manHe took her back to his home to live among his old friends and one day the dear neighbors called In a body to pay their respects to the bride Of course they said to Mrs Bid well with a tinge of spltefuiness of course you know rrilr Bidwell has probably told youthat his lirst wifethat he married a squaw Mrs Bidwell beamed Yes she said enthusiastically he told me so and do you know judging from the white women Ive seen here 1 dont blame him Milwaukee Wisconsin It Looked Suspicious A witness In railroad case 94it Fort Worth asked to tell In his own way how the accident happened said Well Ole and I was walking down the track and heard a whistle and 1 got off the track and the train went by and I got buck on the truck and 1 didnt see Ole But walked along and pretty soon seen Oles bat and walked on and seen one of Oles legs and then 7 seen one of Oles arms and then another leg and theta over Nellemuster to OlcErerybotlysA eIn a rural town there lives an old lady who Is the possessor of a very economical disposition and two pre ofisyouths drove out to see these two fair damsels They were cordially received Jellghtfully entertained and when sup per time came invited to partake of the evening meal Supper over they still lingered Bedtime come they still tarried aslshours went to her slumbers but the two young men found no fault with that Waking from a sleep of a couple of burningheMatilda Yes mother Have the boys gone The boys with nods and pantomime besought Matilda to answer In the af firmatlve so the daughter answered again Yes mother A moment of silence then Matilda 1 tNeil mother Wasnt them two boys b age for butter c1r l i d QMlWb KROMELK a new and wonderfully durable sole leather that n ttt oksItJQHtfrO l a cyst roces aslighter more flexible sand practically yrwaterproofYou in practically woesTheydinary make and are much better value oneveryEndwell tine shoes 53 5350 I54 Workmens shoes 2to S35O Sold only in Springfield at harness shop GEORGE J BEOEMANN VALLEY HILL Since we have entered upon a new vear it would seem improper to fail to fill our regular space in The SunsI worthy columns yet as the readers realize the extremely cold weather of the past few weeks works an extreme hardship upon the correspondents It is very hard to get in direct communi cation with the local doings especially when there is nothin doinV We suppose that the 10th morning of Jan 1910 can be placed upon the pages of our village history as one of thee coldest in years The thermometer reg istered the modest sum of 14 degrees below zero which quickly raised with the morning sun Jas Moran sold a quantity of corn at 50a per bushel Mr Erastus Derringer has rEmoved- t his farm recently purchased of Fey ton Briggs at this place r Mrs Palmer Goatley entertained Mr and Mrs H M Goatley and J C Hughes and mother at an elegant din n SundayW who is attendingschool in Springfield spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents at this place Mr and Mrs Montgomery Reed were guests of relatives a Booker Sunday Frank Yancey has sold his farm at this place to Tom Chesser price un knownTatum Brown purchased a tat cow from James Reed of Litsey this week Edward Goatley soldhis tobacco this week realizing a neat average for same Mr and Mrs C P Goatley visited relatives near here Sunday Robert and Herbert Moran have re covered from a severe cold and fevercF A Yancey has removed to Spring field wherja he takes charge of the Singer Sewing Machine office H H Tatum purchased a crop of to bacco froth W T Sti tiat15 per cwt JttONeal has eaptayed All + Wright for the ensuing JrMlat our local blacksmith shop AfteRM the best everandwe are glad to Jiv him with usLajfainV r PULLIAM i Mr Robert Thompson and family Mr Dee SHewmaker and family W1 jam Fowler and wife visited Mrs Mj gie Thompson Sunday l Misses Gurtia Pmkston and Virgra Thompson are visiting Miss Eva Shear maker this week Mr Era3ttis Bishop and IeeHeHuH visitednear Mackville Sunday j Mr Ellis Harlow and wife visited tW latters father Mr Obe CheathaiNU Sunday Miss Nannie Hupp visited MuwrErr Shewmaker Sunday night Mr Everett Hale visited Mr Lonaie Shewmaker Sunday Mr Humes and Wife visited Mr Marie Shewmaker Sunday 1It rMr Ed tocum and family visited Mt S B Vocum Sunday Misses Nettie Fowler and Cert4is Coulter hive gone to Springfield to at tend school Mr Frank Ash hasrmoved to ike Ialt of Black Johnson Cured of a Severe Attack of BrMcM tlrChamber Jata Cw fli Raiwey i On October 18 last my Kttl thres year old daughter conducted a seven ofIy t p wee power of ppeech completely and WM jc very sick child Fortunately wa had hRemetwiing to printed tlra second days a was a great deal betted waMawhch I attribute to this splendid a cine I recdmmertd Chamberlains ccvgii Remedy unreservedly as I have fousd tt the surest safest and quickest cureS r colds both for children and adult of brThe Wjien you wants m thing V f f good to eat call us u ft r L Your trade Appreciated v i ir Katie Hcrtlcin A Brosl t i1 f t J x THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JANUARY 12 1910 L f j SCORCHERI r Stvy of a Girl Ambitious to Run an Automobile r ty FRANK H SWEET- s yrltlet 1908 by American Press Aso ctatton Thle II au age m which women wee got ogly progressed In inn king roc themselves new fields of tabor but tlniy bave done a great deal In the way of manly sports Our great srasd root hers when they were girls were torten to ride at a slow pace en horsebackon a pillion bOldIngD to wnwuj Sow our girls ride straddle tJck g feecesand ditches by the way 1YJHttlWr or no a gl l has ever run a Joco Qtlvewe dont know though we lio know that girt bare not yet adopt d tbat work as a profession But as the bicycle was a forerunner of the automobile so may girl chauffeurs be ftrHlminary to women locomotive en ffiieers At any rate Miss Tyson pi tced herself in the line of promo tletf You re crazy man The Idea of Edith Tyson In tin automobile by her felt much lees scorching Its pre piterousiknow ltx but unless my eyes de thinggaadScarcely left my auto and gone into the store when there was a sudden a scurrying of le without re gird to the order of their going a yell awl threat from a policeman and then the thing was past and disappearing in the distance the street was wie tidComparatielY clear Ive been Oed in this very town for half speed Hit companion looked at him skep fticallyIf youd substitute the name of Bate Conway the tale might go be Mid She H rcfbftess enough to dare T9salraces irifet week and she wouldnt let It raa tea t faster than a horse ace for fear mightnt ooabtAto control It and wouldnt even tooth the lever herself Ediths a nice girl but J peter figured her as being cut out fort T I u n 8 xIWOt ti t9m1A t 48 IIi s94lmgout- aaJti pialos titl rlb4 elf vlg an Iff mri9 9t 7P1 tJ fiASsoIr- fN liscr arzb- m j eve it 8 QAt Yrt nIuWMI byyou iIei 1HUJBecau lcde ye r once Intormall at ruth candidly I havent thought of jiaklug one until today Miss Tyson truck me as belonging to the pale stately type which excuse me havent much life or individuality abQUt them aments and n them But lashed by Ju a thorou e H youCl k orioushair ling eyes o he road In yho bad the t JLs its recognitl i Claa laughed I dont recognize Edith by iui irlptlon he objected It was Miss away you saw She fits Into the oddess and glorious exactly Now Oh tut t e mentionei r now Miss Conway She Is of th trtb earthy ngelic quality Wpti mMttfr titI- kon above the rest of our common ave your oK i Sly You met heronce Inrbfulally hen she struck you as not having uch individuality of her own so you makeyt sta r of nA Janch t before that Well have to do a hJWtie scorching on our own account ter we leave town limits iA of t later they were muting y t lowly along the street watched from the opposite sidewalk by the baleful eyes of a policeman v That fellows just aching for us to go a little above regulation speed Clurksou observed but we cant af ford the time to be hauled In just now Hes sore over Kdiths passage through town Iwllib I could warn her to nuke a wide detour of the when she returns To be arrested by a policeman would seem an overwhelming disgrace to her C ueprowptlyreversed his machine in the opposite direction Well go and warn her then he said calmly was a brute not to think of it nt first But you see I have grown to look upon arrests as merely incidental but necessary annoy antes of a days rUn iwas held tip three times ast week Now us the policeman on the sidewalk was being dropped behind well try a little torch to make up for lost time But how about the golf asked Clarkson disgustedlyand the lunch Im getting hungry already It will be good for your welfare to fast a little then was the unfeeling answer You are becoming altogether too gluttonous Clarkson As for the golf had already given that rip for the day You may recollect that you promised to take me utto see- M s Tyson4 But not this afternoon in dismay This afternoon is the accepted time It might vain tomorrow the next Iday or an of the days after Never put oft till tomorrow Clarkson Thats pro crastinating jClarkson grunted then laughed Funny besardOI1tseems tobe a mutual case ofthe god and the gW dens Only yesterday heard Edith speaking about you His companion turned quickly About me he asked eagerly What Oh It was only in the abstract In differently She doesnt know you except as something she met informally at Catsons But like everybody else she has heard rumors of your fool hardy recklessness She rather ad mired the way you rescued the child In front of your automobile and 1 have heard her to that act on the fiver and to several other of your slight attacks of bravado But of course q more personal knowledge bf you will dispel the illusion There thats right rnR Cone suddenly speed ed his machine to It third greater ve Deity No Its something like We can probabljj keep this up to the next town if some fool cow doesnt get In jThey beyond the town limits with an almost straight road ahead Little by Utile Cone increased their speed until they were going fully a mile a minute From time to time Clarkson nodded his head approvingly Twenty minutes of this then he sud denly leaped forward shading his eyes from the rushof air which their speed created A peculiar dark spot had appeared In the road ahead rapidly resolving itself Into something tangible Ten seconds later he touched Cones arm Slowdown be Admonished Vlfs rap automobile and the chauffeur ap pears to 1be a woman Of course its Edith I think the machine is stand ing still- Thirty seconds later their automobile came to a stop beside the other a closer Tjlew of which brought a low whistle from Clarkson ndas he had surmtled the chauffeur was l Edith As she saw and recognized them the corners of the chauffeurs mouth which had Been drooping rose in per ceptible relief 1 LS ueyer o glad to see any one ter InIutesshould do next MAud Ive been wondering for a half hour what in the world 4ltfrted you out as a scorcher retorted Clarksou dryly and if my eyes not at fault1 think recognize 1ih Rm8hine 3rY l7Cts yours meekly but please dont jspoj Ive had an aWful t1 JFent across to your house and was uW fatom6bIle over when It iad left it out In the I suppose I turned t pulled out a plug Anyway it went oft like a race horse nnd 1 didnt know how to stop It Ive often you steer so I managed to watcbedI the road But thought the supithe mon own e it isnt bi t H course urilLco e mly aut n lthtallt Ih a few tuawfullyieqtyou thi r t yo eat once es Indecc nt nd efully anb it will be surrtnr lief to find myself in an out with some one else rpspons fb whatever It runs Into Cone laughed and sprapg of e ground folk by Clarkson to eats to assist gird from ber machine and into b 4v ethen Cone stopped In beside bt itrlMiss Tyson is In a hum home Then over his shoulde t gan to glide a If you get back in time for the ftp ont wait for us Miss Tyson niaS too tired for a quick run Wejj go round by the Lake Shore roafl li SifcjKjSfc1 a v4 a rte call I dont think it will b orl while now were a honk and a burnt lamp wick behind 1t yHmTS fOR f ijMERS Winter Feed For Cows Every one who knows anything about the tastes of the cow knows that she prefers good succulent grass such as grows in the summer But in the winter this cannot be provided An excellent substitutes however can be made In nearly every section of the country Many of the roots if given in connection with bay or corn fodder add a great deal of succulence Mangels carrots and the like makes very good substitUte Pumpkins tad potatoes even will do when other roots cannot be obtained Turnips are very good but if too study are fed the milk will have a very objectionable taste The following ration isan excellent one for the dairy cow in winter Eight baythirtytwenty pounds of mangels and eight to ten pounds ofcorn and oats chop This Isa maximum amount Some animals may not require so much feed as this The next requisite ds pure water in plentiful supply Then the cow should have plenty of soft and be treated kindly It Is usual ly the case that when a man attends properly to salting thee cows he will treat them kindly in other respects Form Progresor jl JAvoidpossible Watch for those several days of continuous hard freezing then tap the ice field at its best writes Michigan farmer in American Agriculturist Six inch ice is of course gOod but eighteen inch is better as the keeIJ1Ingand with either line or straight edge mark ort the cakes to be cut using any Sharp pointed instrument for the marking An old file mates a good tool for the purpose Murk the field off Into eighteen ijncn squares being careful to have the cakes cut exactly to measure for inj no other way can close storage be accomplished Cutout corner cake with an ax and start the saw exactly on the line holding saw straight up and down Remove one handle from the sow and in its place attach a small weight said weight adding much to the rapidity of the sawing Two pairs of ice tongs at about 50 cents each complete the out fit for the farmers ice harvest Horse Notes r A horse cannot rest well lying down in ii narrow stall It Is just as easy to speak kindly to a horse as to swear at him t If manure smells very strong when voided something is wrong with the feeding Scrape the dried sweat from the col Jars every day and keep them smooth and pliable venIItllntedIng duH and stupid If your horSe comes into the stable warm and tired feed him no grain for at least an Your When a loss drive is expected do not feed quite las much as usual The horse win travel better 1 Trimming Frut Trees In Winter With apples nndmost fruit trees and shrubs trimming nlay as well be done In winter 1U at any other time There are two decided advantages In winter trimming One is that there is more time for the work at that season and the other is that foliage and fruit do theIpaint the scars to keep out water dust and germs that might cause decay Diseases of Fowls Most of the diseases that afflict fowls are the difference of carelessness and In on the part of the owner asI regards the surroundings and condi tions of his poultry says American Cultivator No poultry will show to advantage on the credit side of the cash account unless they are healthy and well cared for How tel disease should be the watchword rather than how to cure disease and Dairy Cattle ISeef has faced the ac of seljlng cows front his herd for beef beJ not feel eu our aged over the outlookof combining beef and dairy qualities lu the same herd There is a popular prejudice against eating beef from an old played out dairy cow und there is no advan cage in trying to combine the two qual ties in one animal Atneriban Ciiltl tutorMbats the Best Grain For Horses fibrsea nurtured on pats show met tr wttich cannot be reached by th- eWbfnny other feeding stuff Then tbajttiefeMs no grain so safe for horse ftfBfg the animal rarely being seri fcuSiy lriJflfiSllf by accident or other wirfe ffib grodhV deals out an oversupply uar dioti rti limn 4tlf bra Piosvaatlon of Rust Ahipeizrtttnl preltlred as follows t will teffptitbe ftgiifWlteiw IniPlements from tigtteML tp rltuqlAt d and pow dered resin tllothtbe latter to three of the former ttTidjJjiit is de sired add a IIttleotJMwi1HacjPain the iron ortdq itJblb p 4r Bi inn t teMraRttmpwm ua1 sit ni rtpnslta thel laNtl dmwrffftq f tVnDil hsiip bye p Jill garpen shoulder JNll ndiledi MiBftMt saa titroIn this way nfllIrtda tMa9irttti8worthless as scrub stock alD IIfArm animals TgTw tt rt r I SPECIAL OFFERTIJ Ht t 2 Papers For Price of One 2Until January 20 lll0 POSITIVELY no longer To all subscribers paying up their subscriptions andtall new subscribers we will give fREE fOR ONE YEARf The Southern Agriculturist MSouthato their home Every farmer should have a farm paper in his home and The Southern Agriculturist is one that you r will find many things of interest to you THE SPRINGFILt SUN one year 100 SOUTHERN AGR CMLTURIST 50 Total 150 JOcurOffer until Jan20 both one year for1OO i t In addition to this offer were offering tHe following rr Clubbing Rates with the Louisville dailies and weeklies which stand good until further notified The Sun and Louisville Times both one year350ItEven1 Post U S50t 7 325IIt Weekly Courier Journal 150 i If Herald 140 i Farmers Home Journal II 176lADDRESS ALL ORDERS TO TWE SPRINGFIELD SUN Springfield Ky j i GRAPHIC REPRESENTATION OF THE INFLUENCE OF THE 1WESTERN KENTUCKY STATE NORMAL SCHOOLi iekINderNedMuckUirMinuek tAttl Iitriet ui flan soar poor on Jpi u t n1Neftkef sUealrserrlit teeicrl Q eaiellb n etutT 1 utiMli ii Ti tti dilxoat ikildrM Iwticky bete been 4ahtor sri lor Msf Uikt hriM itatiifHWt vkTi ritMit At 1oNra Xtnut aUHaMaltielnsUiUoltlinuq a lino awn tbaa tee ass oseEsit pin io lI1tlli It IH 86 per ei or teooeebl1ku fir intTenteoky wk tC lLac IIp tonTiut iMn t1J r ki aui Ioatiek7 Is tole a3ratiliiidM eetablu ttbilexpsiiviMsskse tLei is ib UKirt dtW leg ui IirL tt iHttcky It b 1 tag a pnt wi fir TMUn iMteky u4 riUy HfTH urmt eipper4 tf tW ettleeubip ffeer fHumvwMI t r t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JANUARY 12 1910 I r t ff l L y r PIER YIEA R ammnd za- idl ilftrnd t et3fOli a ti9a- tPJER1 rA1R1 c IQ I I an 31 i MU1DD r tAt IJALK Incident In the Career of an Old Time Opera Manager A SURPRISE FOR MARETZEK It Came at a time When Max Was Broke and the Sheriff Had Levied Upon All His Stage PropertiesMme- MAretzeks Thanks to the Carpenter cItybetoreManhattan Opera House and when the center of the theatrical world was around Fourteenth street Max Maret rek and Strakosch were prominent at the old Academy of Music There was a keen rivalry between themStra kosch had Nilsson and Maretzek was exploiting DL Murska By some error of dates both were booked for New York at the same time Strakoschi was at the Academy and Maretzek haying closed a poor season elsewhere had halted in New York before going to Philadelphia and secured a week at the Lyceum theater on Fourteen tii street There were sD ong bills at both places Each man ager had his friends and the blll posfershhd a busy time of it A round of bills for one company was no sooner posted than the rival billposter ered up the poster with the rival com panyssheets At last for the matinee on Saturday bills at both houses were sudden ly changed eer vacant fence place plastered nVer quickly and with a pelting storm In the morning the managers began to put out paper to fill the houses Alfred Joel was the business man for Mnretzekaud an adept at papering when necessary With a house packed from parquet to gal leery Joel had counted the boxes found only 100 in the house and announced it to Max when the curtain fell between the acts This was serious to Max The ever ready money lender who had put up for him hud a lien on the box office a sheriffs officer way In waiting on the stage and it was a question of re plevfn before the properties and cos tumes could be liberated to follow the company to Philadelphia early next morning Well Alfred quietly said Max guess Im used to trouble But there is a good big house anyway Then turning to his wife who was the harp 1st of the orchestra he1 elasppd both her bands kissed her and remarked Let your Lingers do their bet 1 want to hear you play It does my heart good you know even when theres trouble There was hustling after the per formance Legal talent was atalwet mium credftors were obdurate every thing that was supposed to be Maret zeks was temporarily In bock and Mmp Maretzek in tears with longing looks at the harp she valued The scene of negotiations was trans ferred to the greenroom just as the officers making the levy were searching for more and when their barbs were turned the old stage carpenter hurried Mme Maretzek away then called her back again fire minutes after and pointed to the orchestra The harp had disappeared Clearing out everything on Suuda morning while the boxes of properties were being taken away iMax and his wife stood In the center of the darkened stage Both were crying The Instru ment they valued most had been taken from them Other things bud been liberated but no harp and with a scen e of grief that no others than se yes could have appreciated t Mlresllent n ey stood between ra tHem aPod w4rtled his hand above crenk1tWi1 ca Lht to outztUr- your heads and 103 from above came Mme MRt tjff p landing on the stage bet Now youvew get It away quiet iJ Stop IIcryinggHe moved bQur g for thanks and a Max and his wife o t To them the harp them selves To u a misfortune ghlady called theeln tElease let the h Iyous uod list A 11 speak N ds on itfbImornt S den4 Ide seated onAqo d jtbll s9It that ch ars moment or ly she could give It the t moxoOgyPnllse God Fror ai NeI Yvrl Ti t i trOll e Ahead orth lieawarttag a wrote nbputvcl ij inS tJggtvo tremu lous hands n his ladylove but which the p Jf11 rfwom1TIUtWq Jt UinsjOl 1V1t9r nn 11St that funny jOt M g fifarltPlBptiJ9 usThat a P u 1 fl QJenheJCtiann Phlf Vonra8 ot x13 1- 0dV 8r t nt o to lvraHaTo B01lA genius Is n Luau who can do his fmyht0 f i8 ACiniLto Jt a JWrpJIlm Wer telay ptitfIfroper- W ntJu 9elrtunt paTltW IJuJacQJt1JJ rt b vi I TAE SPORTINGWOALU Borthag Wants More Records It Is evident that George Bonhag the ten mile champion is anxious to establish new marks for all the dis tances he possibly can before he quits the running game for good which Is not a very long way off Bonhag it will be remembered created new slate of records for the diinances from five and a half to ten miles in the race GKOKQB BO RAG he won recently It is very likely therefore that he Is anxious since he has reached his best form to bold all amateur records from two to ten miles Boating says he will not attempt to run if the weather is not to his liking but If conditions are as fay vorable as they are now be can pected to establish brand new tlguresI from the two mile mark to the finish of his fire mile special i Police to Control Football Legislation which woTHO require all football games in the District of Co lumbia to be played under a license of the police who would be privileged to stop any game when It became dan genius to life and health has tjeen suggested by Corporation Coupsel Thomas its oiie of the direct results of this years long list of fatalities on the gridiron The effect of the legislation which Is proposed would make the po lice the immediate supervisors Of the game While the game proceeded ac cording to rules which did not endan der life and limb the struggle otJldt be allowed to continue but when lives of the players were endangered the police would have power to step in Supporters of the sugges on point out that It imposes no bards lip upon the game which hat not been Imposed upon a kindred sport boxing by the police of many cities Stricklett Barred From ere klyn Spitball Elmer Strlcklett will not be in the lineup of the Brooklyn baseball team next year according to In formation given out at the Headquar ters of the national baseball commis sion in 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rorFUR At COST Pieces as low asU9 Muff Sets X218 Others in proportion AH fv rCOfet Cost for cash AH Mens Shoes q KM Mens all wool Suits in all sizes W I worth 250 and I50J for 1909I heavy Reduced 4 BJ cosfMlbJta dollar is lost offering above goods at these We need the room arid the money OurToss is your gain INVESTIGATE convince yourself FUHRMAN CO Bloomfield Kyr g t t MMkVMf Mr Jehn Noel has sold his tobacco to Iliomas Young at 13c straight Miss Mae Birch has been sspending Ibe put two weeks with relatives in JLMmYille and will leave this week for Chicago where she expects to spend c tbe winter with her utacle James Birch Mw8 Hattie Busby xis spending tre week with relatives at Bardstown Eltin Birch was in Spnngfield Mon Lay od business r MysteriousWomant f rr From Western Kentucky comes to Harroda urg the report that a mys tep ens woman who gave her name as Jane Audley has been found frozen to death in the snofr ear Bandw ell The woman Had apparently made little of no effort to reacba house as thatsection of the country is thickly populated She had S500 in her clothing when found This is the same woman who two and three rears ago traveled over Boyle and and neighboring counties giving her fame there as Eucrema Colby She said she was anartist from New York anJ t lead come to to seek out the murder6aatteCcurred wo yftaTs ago at Middlesboro and there cared a horse arid two bulldogs seI tickled two pistols about her and then started out on her search The bulldogs never left her and she an ounoed herself to all who nit her that fthe was amply able to take care of her self She stated that she had seen the mansipposed to have killed her mother and that she had heard he still lived in taheshe found him he would have to pay the penalty the woman Waff believed by some to be insane and was arrested severs times but she gaveSuch a good account of herself that she was re Shewas not a vagrant for she lealways had plenty of money to pay fo tfhat she wanted and she camped in a shelter of herown making every night finally however she became trouble ff emeto househotdirs She would go t v flutes anddeniand food and when thi was not forthcoming she would take it at the point her pistol She was leaveSBnyle and neighboring g fcIeetiaass and w s not heard from until c r feat summer when she appeared inJ Western Kentucky Notice to Hunters The following people announce tha their hinds are posted and they forbid iunting on their premises Partie- eaught hunting upon the lands of any prosecutedjto LUC INDA PAYNE s DEEILEY t Pairti dHMiring their names placed tis list may have it done by paying a s itecashtnMdzanceED1 rJb Jr IL- rr 11 Jl t 9595 I TAeABCamXYZof ADVERTISING IASERIES OF TEN TALKS ON ADVERTfejiNQ ritteR by Seymour Eatea of Philadelphia Fii Siylt prices No 9 I The man who succeeds must fill his jobs full peoplecthing only in a different way The goods must be on hand the prices must be fright the service mifst be commendable the trading must be square the kindof square that has four equal sides and four right angles JEvery successful store has its trademark whether the merchant knows it or salt Its advertising and its service have created a public sentiment in its favor which neither reverses nor fire nor time can obliter ate Nine times put of ten this trademark is the stores biggest asset Much of the ordinary store advertising is a hand tomouth sort of business an effort tomake tomor row thistis just as true of the department store as of the small er shop The advertisement appears in the morning and tne merchant figures out the net results in the evening It IS true that the bargain advertisement of today is of little if any use next week It is for gotten in twentyfour hours but if the store makes a feature of genuine bargains then each bargain sale helps to advertise the bargain department The advertising ought to be done in such a way as tow permanently advertise the department as well as tor emphasize the bargains of the day IDont go at it as if you were advertising an As I said at the outset your store is the seed in the soil ithe advertising is the rain and the sunshine Inexperienced advertisers dig up the seed every evening to see if it is growing i or pull up the- lanebYyoung the roots because it didnt bear fruit or flowers the first we eke ofrthe people are looking for bargains the other two thirds are looking for quality and style The very fact that the goods are offered at bargain prices leaves the impression that there is something wrong with the Goodse- at a me to coats 25 instead of 25 coats at 1250 in other words it should create confidence rather than doubt As in stocks and bonds the securities quoted above par are always more desirable in the thought of the investing public than are those quoted at a discount Advertising is a tremendous force whi h in action contradicts all mechanical laws The circumference and speed and working power increase while the Jmotor remains the same thesgreat secret of success Copy and medium and circulation are all subordinate to keeping everlastingly at it V Xkcc r Copyright Tilbun Company Chicago f j jV t J Best Stomach Remedy Free It 1an old saying that if the stom ach is sound the whole body is safe because so nttck depends upon the proper working of the stomach Many eorderofbiliousnessIf you suffer from both stomach trouble ajrheuruattsmibeen dispelled from the system through- the bowels has found Its way into tho- atthoPepsiWhich centurylongstanding troublefyou want to know from personal expert Pepstitillto the doctor and a free trial bottle will be sent you You are urged to send for willbeweUslsyrnp Popsln Then you win do as yeatgotoat 60 cents or SI according to theisize you prefer We could hundreds and hundreds of families who are sever without It You can never tell when some member of the family will need a laxa losttakingIf there Is anything about your ailment that you dont pantSf to the doctor and h answer you fully The no chargo for this service The address is Dr W B Caldweli 500 Caldwell bldg Montteello Ill or sale by The Red Cross Drug Stars MclNTIRE Brother Damion Blanford who has spent the Xmas holidays here with his parents Mr and Mrs Tom Blanford has returned to his home in Baltimore Mr Marion Graves and daughter Anme of Washington Ind are here on a visit to his parents Mr and Mr Dick Graves Mr Leon and Richard lanford are the guests of relatives in Owensboro this week Mr Adrin Blair and Miss Teresa Hay don of Coon Hollow spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Mann Alveyr tIMr Albert Mattingly a well known and popular farmer of ths community and Miss Prudie Wright one ot Loret tos attractive young ladies will be 11al lied at Chicago on the 11 inst Miss Katie WillIams had the misfortune of cutting her nngfirs vi h a razor BY the timely aid of a physician hope will not prove as serious as was first thought r Mr Robert McIntire Charley and Robert Lee Clements have returned from Uniontown where they have been y siting relatives Born to Mr and Mr Dick Keene a b y on c27 To Mr and Mrs Wat Wheatley a boy on Dec 29 To Mr aid Mrs Charley Wilett a girl Mrs Bessie Thomas of near St Charles was the guest of her uncle Mr It P Stanford on Monday last Mr JohnArvin of Loogota Ind is visiting friends and relatives here Mr Thomas and Lee McIntire pur chased of J C Ensor one Jersey heifer for which they paid 15 V JMrrtJeorge Thompson of Springfield is visiting his cousins Messrs Tom and Lee Mclntire this week Mr George Edelen was called toBIm coe last week by the sickness and death of his son Mr W K Edelen Mr Sam Nally has removed his fame ily to Frederic twn where he intends making his future home Miss Tave Blanford is spending a few days with her cousins Misses Lucy anJ i Lizzie Blanford listMr and Mrs Anthony Mattingly who have been making their home Jin this vicinity for the past year have gone to Louisville to reside for the present Napoleans Grit was of the unconquerable ntlersay die kind the kind that you acid most when you have a bad cold cough or lung dis syrupscoddont lose heart or hope Take Dr inJsNew Discovery Satisfaction is guaranteed when used for any throat or lung trouble It has saved thousands of hopeless sufferers tmasters stubborn colds obstinate coughs hemorrhages la grippe croup asthma hay fever and whooping cough and is the most safe and certain remedy for all bronchial af fections 50c 100 T ial bottle free at Haydon Robertson 4nbcrlbe for The SUB ILOO year The SUB IBd CoUrier surest StM j Jiifr 1 74MODISH 6thCGat MATTERS Caracal For Girls Are Smart This Season ChzrluokIng cloth men costs for girls from tom to ten years of age come In black brown and gray at 1250 each Anew design this season Is made with box buck and double breast d fronts clmdnupo the neck with handsome buttons finished with roll PRINCESS GOWN Ing collar crud turnback cutIsThe coat is lined with Venetian On the up to the minute evening gown a corsage flower some large blossom such as an orchid or big rose is a smart adornment Silver and gold roses are used In this fashion with stunning effect For instance on a charming rose chiffon the only note of color was a sliver rose The princess dress that shows a modification of the cuirass Is greatly liked this season The gownln the cut includes that feature and also a long panel lufrnotOli can be nade either to clear the ground or in round length and consequently Is adapted to simple or expensive materials IUDIC CHOLLET This May Mantort pattern Is cut from to inches bust measure Send cents to this office giving number and It will be promptly forwarded to you by mail If in haste send an additional two cent stamp for letter postage which insures more prompt delivery HORSE SHOW FASHIONS Smart Costumes Worn by Femininity at Madison Square Garden Recently In the nfternpop smart costumes of a dressy chatIict r were worn at th New York horse show There were simple tailored gowns but they majority were such its women wear to afternoon receptions A oharmins costume seen was of cashmere de sole in a lovely shade of chestnut brown with the tunic drapery of openwork tissue in tbe meshes of which were seen to glisten tiny beads of jrold lIndpenrls1be yoke and sleeves were of heavy cream lace and there fere touches ot1pale blue that were rost becoming In plain tailored costumes there were many different lengths in coatsin OPERA OP ACTO HOOD fact there were too many long joats to make the style at all distinctive Delightfully smart were the velvet- and velveteen costumes with bore skirls and medium length coats of fanciful design iu gray black taupe brown purple and blue Hoods are being much worn just now for evening occasions and for autoinobllins Here Is one that caa be utilized for both purposes Chif fun cloth is the irifiterial used with rosettes of silk JDDIO CHOLLET This May Manton pattern Is cut in one size only S nd cents to this office Giving number and It will be prompt ly forwarded to yqu by mall U fit haste send an additional two cent stamp far letter postage which insures more prompt delivery oj v Irrf tf r tiwaus lEST r fMilrni LIGHT UNNIIG IfyoawaateltheraVlbrattngghtUtMtetMji or Sewing Machine write to THE NEW MIME SEWINi MACNME MiMI Orange Maas Mans sewing machines are made to selltectllsdQ- uality but the New Heme Is made w wetOur guaranty serer runs out bfald by atttkarised desleiaSI7Ii n EdM Russell SUISCRIIERS FE COUIM a pithIsyour stgck0etc fiwe candieceMsaw jthe adveittiserhent if Under this head fll persons wMo are M scribers to The Sun may insert free of eiandfarm tfcor Land for sale or for rent not iaciadexi tiaserted in another of thevary low rates for cash POSITIVJBljYiMoUP lug but the above mentioned will be raa free Campbell Bros Springfield havrfor sale six nice gilts Sam T Ray Lebanon Et 3 IM for selllinbunches Whasi eels at 100 r KyRtriBox seUiDIfine Poland China male hog about I TeleIploneMiss Julia Parrott Rt 3 has for forToms 1 Mrs JR CIa brooks Jr Rt3 3forijuyaDurocJrater T J Graves Springfield tits for sale about 200 Kentucky River Water Maple shade trees 15ccand20c each achRegistered a King Comstock Rt 1 Vas forgets 75 gallons of sorghum molasses Mrs B D like Sprfrg eW has for sale Buff OtPn ton nulletar3 saletwoand the other 6 Dr John Deboe Rt 4 wants to buy a good gentle family horse or mare Mrs C L Brady ha for sale nice theLhibbandbefortheye 3hasmouth Rock and Rhode Island Reid Chickens 75c each Mrs Saiiv Tucker Rtv lhas for such 1anq J THE SUN IITIIES Thai Sun and CoalJearaal II It rttt ffitbgttJtttn SEWING MACHINE 0 OUER IARING KzCH GRADLby S ve Money t ti e reliable ho feat high grade sew ti mach I w STRONGEST QUAkANTEtr NttJoagI ScwlBf JlacWw Cady 1ELVIDER LL1ZQiY i a