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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i c j I r f ii jitJk J T i 1t Ji bt rinfith ij J I t frftj U111 J i Ii r 1 iit ej 4 1 r DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY r r j I tJ irBVOLUME ViSPIUIIGFIELD KYf WEDNESDAY MARCH 31 1909 1 4 NUMIERI7 1 LJG 1rf KENTUCKYi iti r t BY JAMES E DORLAND v Mi The sun never shone on a country more fair rJ 1t Than beautiful peerless Kentucky i J Theres life in a kiss of her rarified air vS 5 Kentucky prolific KentucKY 1 Hr sons are valiant and noble and bright Her beautiful daughters ae just about right tlAnd her bibies God bless them are clear out of sight That crop never fails in Kentucky V4v t- Our 881KentuckyWe bask In the smiles of the heavens above rit f No clouds ever darken Kentucky rS i tTheAnd our pumpkins some Of them weigh almost a tofi+ We challenge the world iff Kentucky v iv Our girls are sweet models of maidenly grace In this modern Eden Kentucky fIThey are perfect in figure and lovely in face f Thats just what they are in Kentucky Their smiles are bewitching and winnings and sweet Their dresses are stylish yet modest and neat r t t f IA Trilby would envy their cute little feet In beautiful peerless Kentucky I When the burden of life I am called to Iqy down 1 hope 1 may die in Kentucky I never could asK a more glorious crown Than one of the sod of Kentucky And when the last trump akes the land and the sea V And the tombs of the earth sets their prisoners free i You may all go aloft if you choose but for me trthink Ill just stay in Kentucky V James E DorlandF iOOOOOOdOQCXX3OOOOOOOO X OOOOOOOOOXXXCOOOOOOOOOGOOOOCXJ Jilen IRoundUp of Local Items When Grandpa Was a Boy 1 l fo auto cars went whizzing by Then grandpa was a boy N JWhgtandpaTheppl did not lIve There were no merry widow hats And babies were not joining fratsI When grandpa was a boyaThey 0 lee shows on the stage l yi3ge1 When grandpa was a boy They flashed no messages through space xhe lady was not in disgrace Wftp had a child around her place When grandpa was a boy Waists were not buttoned down behind boyNomankind When grandpa was a boy The country had no Uncle Joe To say things should be thus or so N6 Aldrich to say yes or no When grandpa was a boy There were no shrieking suffragEtt When grandpa was a boy The ladies puffed nb cigarettes When grandpa was a boy When married women ran away With married men they did not claim To be affinities nor pray Therefore to be absolved from blame When grandpa was a boy Death of Mr Bond 1MrW H Bond who for a number ol years made his home at this place indrliwho moved away from here about two years ago died at his home Jn LebIi4 I yplast week of old age He was buried in St Dominics cemetery below town Sunday morning Mr Bond was a man who by his up right dealings and industry won the rc Aspect of those who knew him He is survived by several sons anddaughters among the number being Messrs John and Louis Bond and Mrs Will McPher son of this place V Death of Mrs Fox Mrs Bridget Fox who died at her w home in Danville last week wasburie atSt Rose last Thursday afternoon The x deceased formerly resided in this county and was ninety eight years of age A number of friends and relatives front Central Kentucky accompanied the 1 mamsfrotn Danville to thIs pTa e Easter Sale I The ladies of the Methodist Chnrch twill conduct an Easter Sale at the bourt House on Saturday Anril 10 They will have for the public every Ithing good to eat such as dressed chickens hams cakes etc in fact every thing in the eating line They will re ceive orders for anything you ma want from now until the day of the sale Leave all orders with Mis Minnie McClelland at Mrs Williams Millinery Storen f rJ V Arsdale Brackney Monday morning at 515 oclock at the home of the brides sister Mrs aa R Noe Miss Lillian VanArsdale nd Mr Earl Brackney were united in marriage RevR E C Lawson perI fO1I1 g the ceremony Immediately fter the ceremony Mr and Mrs Brack ey took the morning tram for LOUISC ule and thence to Columbus OhioI they will make their home The br deis daughter of Mr and Mrs S C VanArsdale and is one of the best known and most popular mem berSidf the younger social set in Springfield and vicinity Mr Brackney is a younr bu inets man of Columbus O- Satjurday night Mrs J H Hopper gave a linen shower jn honor of the bridetobe which was a very happy occasion in every way cfire at Lebanonj Lebanon waS again a sufferer fromt fire yesterday mornfng when the old Crume livery stable on Main street opposite the Norris houJtand several frame buildings adjoining were consumed The fire driginated in a con fectionary at about 3 a m and before it could be gotten under control had spread to a shoe shop a barber shop the stable and other buildings The stable was owned by Dr Mat tingly and was formerly occupied by Crume Bros as a livery stable They had held their sale only the day before rthe fire disposing of all their stock and vehicles so that there was but little in the stable to burn It is reported that the building was insured Opening On Friday and Saturday April 2 and 3 I will conduct my annual Spring Millinery Opening and will have on display for the inspection of the public the latest Spring Styles in Readyto Wear Trimmed and Pattern Hats und many novelties used in the Millinery Line Complete line of Shirt Waists Everybody cordially inyited to attend MRS WILLIAMS Death of Mrs Adams Mrs W T Adams one of the best known women of the Fenwick neighbor hood died at her home Monday morning The funeral services were conducted bv Rev W H WiDtems at the home of the deceased yesterday morning and the remains were interred in Bethlehem cemetery Mrs Adams is survived by her hus band W T Adams and several child AdamsYKentucky Star Flour to bake SlUse Cake and mak Biscuits Its pure white and healthful 4 l llii f t News of the Courts Last Friday an inquest wash ld be fore County Judge B L Litsey to de termine the mental condition of Miss Roxana Lay a young woman about 32 years of age and the daughter of Mr Wm M Lay After hearing the eyi MissLaywas Unsound andthe court ordered that she be sent to the asylum at Anchorage Last Thursdayin the Springfield Police Court Judge Noe presiding Nad Hardin was giyen an examining hearing- on the charge of maliciously shooting at Amos Twigg with intent to kill the said Amos The court decided that there was not sufficient evidence to hold Nad over to the grand jury and dis missed the charge The same day Amos Twigg was tried for carrying concealed a deadly weapon It was shown that Amos had a gun but did not have it concealed so the court gave peremptory instructions to the jury to find the defendant not guilty During the trial of Nad Attorney Grigsby held a court of inquiry and unearthed certain things that were not pleasant to sc me of the inhabitants of Hocker Mr John R Hardin his wife and Jas Lewis were triedhefore Judge B L Litsey charged with a breach of the peace but all tHree were acquitted CoMest Brewing Lebanon Enterprise If we read th signs avight a contest is brewing in tf Eleventh Judicial district that fierce ness and bitterness will have been ur surpassed In the history of the distric t and which the coming years may never see outdone This condition is due lo the unquestionable activity of ah influence prompted In the main by personal grievance which is calculated to oblit orate customary party lines andto drivE men of life long affiliations to act independently Undter ordinary conditions Judge ThUrmanrs nomination by his own party without opposition and in spite of this unhallowed influence would mean his certainty to succeed himself without even thought of an attempt by the Republican party to put a candidate in the field against him This state of affairs being indisputable it becomes every good citizen to study the situation closely and to guard against being misled or deceived by the utterances of a few political hybrids who have personally with no eye to justice an ax to grind and who to satisfy their thirst for swift revenge would not hesitate to sink the best friends they have and to hasten the burial of the very cause in which they are most directly interested Judge Thurman the Democratic nom inee is beyond doubt one of the ablest lawyers in the states and he established a reputation as such long betore he sought to represent this district as its circuit judge He is a self made man and one of the great common people whose cause his own early struggles taught him to revere As the circuit judge of this district ie has been faith ful to his duty and to his oath and has made an officer whose record as a whole is excellent He has been fear lessjenderinghis decisions impartially under the law as he saw it This virtue has drawn to him men of every denomination and otall political creeds and bound them to him by lasting ties Such an officer as Judge Thurman has made is worthy of endorsement and the good people of his district will see to it that he gets it Considering the primary source of Judge Thurmans opposition which has its origin in a personal grievance resulting from the exercise of ths godgiven right of free speech honestl made at a public meeting and from a decision which he rendered honestly and impar tially under the law we fees that it 13 wholly unworthy and will be repudiat ed by a large majority of those from whom its promoters are looking to for support The real friends of an konest cause will be slow to piirsu a coucse that will ultimately reap for them the bitterest regrets The Road To Success ihas many obstructions but none so des perate as health Success today demands health but Electric Bitters is the greatest health builder the world has ever known It compels perfect ac tion ot stomach liver kidneys bowels purifies and enriches the blood and tones and invigorates the whole system Vigorous body and keen brain follow their use You cant afford to slight Electric Hitters if weak rundown or sickly Only 5Qci Guaranteed by Hay don RobertsonJ ftl t C t eol1 0 WOOL GROWERS To Be Organized at a Meeting at Ilizabetthtown on April 1 5 Call is Sent Out 1 State Headquarters Ky State Union A S of E Calhoun Ky Mafrch 24 To all members of the above named so cjety n Kentucky who are interested in the production of wool Please take notice that in accord with a resolution adopted at the late state convention held in Madisonyille oa January 1415 it has become our duty to call a convention for the purpose of organizing a WoolGrowers department of the American society in Kentucky said convention to be composed of dele gates selected from the several county unions of the state and in counties having no county organization locals may send delegates number ofdele gates however to be on same basis as is provided for the convention A S of E By authority vested in us as outlined aboye we hereby call said convention to meet in Ehzabethtown Hardin coun ty on Thursday April 15 at 10 oclock a m for the purpose of organizing such wool growers department and for the transacting of such business as pertains to the full purposes ad are set forth in the foregoing Respectfully L J C CANTRILL Pres V s p ROBERTSON Secy Ky State Union A S of E At the aboye named time andplace the state union A S of E are called to meet for the transaction of important business pertaining to the organization work and other matters that nay come before the board at that time J a CANTRILL Pres P ROBERTSON Secy 1K State Union A Sof E rflercer County Democrat and Herald Dr JM Munday one of Mercer countys oldest and most prominent physicians died Saturday morning at 730 oclock at hip home in the Shaker Bend vicinity after a lingering illness of cancer of the stomach and liver Dr Munday had been in declining health for several years and for the past five or six months hid been failing rapidly A short tIme ago he went to Lexington to consult a specialist but was little benefitted His death did not come as a surprise to those who were acquainted with his illness Last week two little children of Mr Huston Grimes in the Salvisa neigh borhood were standing before an open grate and one of them while trying to warm her doll caught on tire and was badly burned betore she could be res cued Harry Adkinson headed a posse that went to the mountains st week and destroyed one of the largest illicit stills ever red in that section A large number of moonshiners were caught dead to rights operating the plant and were taken to Louisville and placed intjail The whisky warehouse of Wiley Sear cy proprietor of the Old Joe distill ery in Anderson county burned Mon day morning destroying abbut 2800 barrels of whisky aggregating a loss of something near 225000 of which the United States Government sustained about 150000 and the remainder 75 000 by Mr Searcy The origin of the fire is Unknown This is one of the old est distilleries in the country having been established in 1818 Captain Cpm King one of the clever est and most accommodating conductors on the Louisville Southern had a call lor a physician on his train the other day An old darkey had gotten aboard at Salvisa and soon fell asleep with his mouth wide open A mischievous drum mer came along and having a capsule of quinine in his pocket he uncorked it and sifted it well on the old negrrs palate and the root of his tongue The old darkey awakening became much disturbed He called for the conductor and asked Boss is dere a doctor on dis here train I dont khove saId the conductor Are you sick Yas sah I shore am sick What is the matter with you1 I durino sah but it tastes like I busted my gall 4- rt t I Kentucky Its history told in brief by the gifted pen 6f the late Senator Carmack is a striking portrayal true beautiful and of life and present in the old Comnonwealth The State of Kentucky has had a strange eyentful history It has veered between the early colonial iliad and the nineteenth ceptury jag It is the home of soaring metaphor and sour mash It has known war and it has been ac quainted with peace It is responsible for Uncle Toms5 Cabin and the long procession of Little Evas It is the teeming mother of beautiful women and the nurse of war like men Its history has been decorated with the mountain vendetta the lively and deadly infair the tollgate rebellion and others too numerous to mention It is the State where preach ers who do not believe m hell are razed into better frame of mind and another country It is the Commonwealth that gave Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis to the nation an it is responsible for Mary Anderson Henry Watter son Hez Lung WatHardin Pottsey H Grubs and many others that have sent their visiting cards into the temple of fame It has seen life in all its phases and through it al has taken its medicine as Jack Chinn takes his liquor straight and without batting an eye Sunda School Institute Mr L P Leavell of Oxford Miss was in Springfield on Saturday and Sun day and conducted a Sunday School In stitute at the Baptist church Mr Leavell is one of the leading Sunday School experts of the United States and those who attended received prac tical suggestions and inspiration which will be of untold benefit to the Sunday Schools of the town The service which probably attracted most attention was on Sunday night At that time the speaker fold in a most fascinating manner of the adult movement in unday School work He showed that the leading professional and business men of our land are in the Sunday School and that the old conception of a school as merely a place for children had passed away and that it is nw looked upon as a place where the entire membership of the church is en listed in the study of the Bible The services were all well attended and very helpful In Memoriam Mrs W T Adams died at her home in Fenwick March 28th 1909 after a few days illness of pneumonia She was 68 years of age and aU1hat knew her loved her She a hus band five daughters and two sons and three sisters and four brothers besides many friends and relatives to mourn her deathIFuneral services were conducted at her home Tuesday morning by Rev Williams The remains were laid to rest in the Bethlehem cemetery Thou art gone our precious mother But thy children love thee still Never in our hearts another Thy beloved place can fill Every path thy foot hath trodden To all thv children is hallowed ground And we feel our spirits sadden As each new memento is found Een the Book of books is dearer And the place and hour ot prayer Heaven itself to us seems nearer Now dear mother that thou art there Oh that we again may meet thee In that brightest world above May our joyful spirits greet thee In that eternal home of light and love Home ot love where Jesus reigneth Light of the Eternal Day There Will vanish all that pameth thee And God shall wipe our tears away X Rummage Sale A sale a sale a rummage sale Come let us tell you a wonderful tale The Ladies Aid of the Christian church Have started with a jump and a lurch We will have for sale bothold and new Things to suit everybodythings to suit you The first week in May come and see for yourself Ransack the counters inspect each shelf Housecleaning time will soon be here Save us the things too good to burn So many of them will do to turn Into moneydont you see And very thankful we will be Cakes and candies too you can not pass A box for each laddie a box for each lass I So come and see us1at our headquarters- new And a very glad welcome we will give to you i I 4 I t A t 1 i EXCHANGEEXCERPTS l SASayingsr From Our Exchanges OwSf The State e4To get good ado good is Haywi to be good is divine Kind Word V f New plea for any prisoner at the bar r Judge Im as innocent M the Sand ard Oil CoChicago Blade fO i Unless you have a reputationfaa a fighter you can t afford to poe aa a peacemakerGlasgow Times t r r A womaS is like a newspper inaa much as every man should take one nnot be running after hTt neighbors Kentucky Red Man v V Spring cleaning time has f Its the sadd tofthey OmeJl1fJThe wives do aU the worK Tiehusbandsiheda t x I xItk sad when his wife is makingprir t tions to spend a month In the co wtry4 Glasgow Times Jirv a When you are telling how little others amount to does it ever occur t6O that you do not amount to a gtiivourself LaRue County Herald rtJt Little of wa little sprJgliJ mint and spmecarackeiice with it judj some whisky inhe1ptopass theiu s mer in a pleasant way help to bring s 4 headache at the dawn ofdayH xw Texas P 08tI T1 It1J A Louisiana negro has been indicted for manslaughter becausehetiita mules tail The same mule threW another negro riding him and so high hia neck was broken when he bit the euthl Glasgow Times The great HOlstein cow Colanthk 4ths Johanna last yearcompleteda record having given over 27000 gal Ions of milk and over 1248 pounds of butter in 365 davs Anato thinlkth average years yield per cow for the United States is only about 130 pounds Kentucky Ijarm 0 j Two ladies of Winchester have kacl year4oldwhich generation to another with the request that the seals be not broken rWiiK Chester DemocratIThe husbands of the ladies mentioned by the Democrat are evidently aboard the water wagon i 1 d Prof Scherflfius of Lexington haiii accepted the offer of tKb Britisb goy ernment and will supervise the raising of tobacco in South Africa He will get 5000 per year and transportation H will take with him Otho Chisholm ra student at State College from Taylor county Winchester Democrat I Purezwhite sugar has been in use for such a long time that few persons of the present generation remember when it was otherwise However the laW decrees that it will haVe to be changed Yellow sugar without adulteration jor whitening process will take the puce of the beautifully colored whitesugar The prospect is that the people of this county will soon be using granulated and other sugars of a distinctly browfi or yellow hue Richmond ICegister Miss Alice Lloyd one of the most brilliant sensible womenJry thobright galaxy prominent in our beloved State today a writer of great force and cjearness who has been a great influ ence in the Equity movement has tem porarily severed her connection witfe the Burley Tobacco Society and is taking a vacation at her homo in Mason county Her splendid services and able writings and addresses in behalf ef the cause she so earnestly espousedfnayia won for her a place scarcely shoItot the niche of fame and made her tlj e0 ject of admiration of a mullitwle pit honest earnest hardiwbjkin piioplei Falmouth Pendletonian tJl k f yf r f = tr 2 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WESNESDAY MARCH 31 1909 j f1ATuuuNmuuuuY l 1i i H i i The St1 r The following was reproduced from i The Evening Star a little paper pub lisped by Master Thornton LeeWaters t r agedten years a son ot Postmaster W AWaters of this places 6friday morning about 8 oclock a team i of mulesgof sc at a motor cycle and ran as far as Dr W W 3ys and were stopped No damag- edd Thursday night we had a storm No damage none but lots of thundering lightning and ram v R E C Lawson preached a fine 1sermon Sunday J The Cry Baby Friday was very fine Mrs Mollie Mayes has found her qpmb Master Thornton Waters lost his fay clite pigeon Coxie t Advertisements Ic each weeks Mr EL Davison who has been ruining the NewsLeader has sold to Mr Jim Noe and Mr Joe Polin The Evening Star is sorry they run him out of business lThe Springfield Band advertised for- eTh Cry Baby Fridiy IjGet ready for Arbor day and plant your trees You cant spend your money for anything better than the Evening Star- TryI Kentucky Star Flour Mrs Po J Thorn is has been sick but is improving b Elizabeth Waters has been sick t iLfisbetter Frederick Booker from Culver Ind College iSvisitjng1 friends and relatives here t Miss Hadgiei Brown who is sick is VMrmorning to accept a position with Ar nours Packing Co J Who endorses Paraca ph Every member of the family WhereisMammoth Cav and what is its size Situated In Edmo son county Ky and about 10 miles long Below is given a list of dome important events that have occurred on Fri day Shakespeare was born Friday Queen Victoria was married Friday The battle of Bunker Hill was fought Friday Dare to be honest good and sincere Dare to please God and you never need fear Fine Drugs at aydon Robertsons Fine Millinery Mrs Kate Williams Take the NewsLeader 100 per yearDr W V Stallard fine Dentist Fine dry goods Grundy McIntire Fine Sempre Giovine and face pow der Miss Josie Lee We print sale bills The Sun The Evening Star 1 cent for two weeks IGet your tin at Hatchett Ander This is the best we can do this time GOLD MEDAL FIELD SEEDS r OLD Mjj THE SUREGROWING KIND Arc a safe proposition for UB because we can buy them under a guarantee that any shipment found to be unsatis factory can be returned at the shippers expense That means no chance of our having poor seeds in stock Doesnt that make GOLD MEDAL SEEDS a pretty gooc yourJ J M Trent Wiliisburg Ky aL t And are all Competitors in Stock and PrcesWe have selected our Stocks with the care at Cash Prices and are therefore in a position to in terest you bothin Styles and Prices ClothingT- hat will Suit Everyone Hart Schaffner Marx Suits for Men the best and most perfect fitting Suits made Every Suit sold undera strict guarantee Prices horn 1800 to 3000 The WELLWORTH Brand for Men This male is appropriately named as each suit is well worth the price asked for it Prices from 750 to 2250 Rosenwald Weils Extreme Nobby Suits for Young Men This is the most extrame and nobbiest line manufactured for young men Young men must see them to appreciate them 1500 to 2500 H A Seinsheimer Co s Perfection Suits for Boys and Children They are perfect in fit and workmanship Bovs from 750 to 15 Childrens from 250 to 9V Visit our cloth ing department before buying MENS FURNISHINGS Monarch and Geo P Ides Shirts S1 to 2 FurgersonMcKinna Shirts EiOc to 1 Half hose in all New Shades Neckwear in all Styles and prices Suspenders Gloves and Underwear We our past the Cunningham Duncan Company Springfield Evening in1Cmc1J HAPPY HOLLOW Mr John Mattingly and of near Scruggsyille spent Sunday with Mrs Mattinglys mother Mrs Bellzona 1MrJ9bnurday and Sunday with Mrs Crows father Mr Hence Scott and family of near Folrn Mr Solomon Kays and family spent Sunday with the family of Mr J M Shields Mr Sabe Coulter and family Sunday with Valley MrT W S therl spentII Miss Mallfe Shields is very sick ajt this writing Born to the wife of Mr Albert Hines a ten pound girl Mother and baby are doing nicely Mr John Armstrong and daughter brothIerSpringfield Mr Ed Montgomery and family of near Brooksville spent Sunday with Mrs Montgomerys father Mr Samuel FARM ForSale We desire to sell our farm at Fred ericktown Ky Washington county FARM CONSISTS OF 4OO Acres175 ACRES FINE BOTTOM LAND BAL ANCE UPLAND WITH PLENTY OF VIRGIN SOIL AND TIMBER All of the bottom land and most all of the upland grows fine tobacco Im provements are Modern Brick of ten rooms 3 good houses tobacco basin stock barns and al necessary buildings to each house Will sell as a or in 3 or 4 parts with improvements on each part Pos session of two houses and onehalf or more of the land can be given now and all other contracts will be turned over to urchasers Call on or address Mrs M L or Pearl Connor 1 FredericktownKy SHOES Mens Womens and Childrens Shoes Oxfords Florsheims Shoes and Oxfdjrds for Mcn 4 and 5 W L Douglas Cos Shoes and Oxfords for men250 3 350 and 4 KirppendorfDittman Shoes and Ox fords for Women200 to 400 Sinbark Shoes and for Misses and Children the most stylish Shoes on the market yWe have all the above in Patent Gun Metal Tan and Oxblood Womens Furnishings Novelties in Belts15c to 150 Novelties in Collars 5 to 50 cents Novelties in Beltings and Belt Buckles Full Stock of Fabric and Kid Gloves Shirt Waists Muslin Underwear Neck wear and Ruchings Dress Goods Dress Goods in all the new Weaves and Colorings in Taffetas anamas Chivions Melrose Batiste thank and Friends for and them and Liberal family Sycamore tenant whole and Oxfords Fancies Coulter and family of near here The little daughter of Mrs Laura Scruggs is very sick with membraneous croup Mrs C W Stallings called to the bedside of her father who is very sick Saturday Messrs Walter Hanby Fitch Godby and Ernest Shewmaker were in Willis burg Sunday Mr John Armstrong bought acow and calf from Mr John Perkins for 30 Miss Myrtle Armstrong spent Friday afternoon with her sister Mrs Edward Hanby of this place Mr John W Suther1ndarn1 wife were in our midst Sunday afternoon Miss Llllie Cutsinger of Thor Hill spent Saturday and Sunday with her sister Mrs Lonnie Noel There will be meeting and Sunday School at the Hillsboro church the first Sunday in April jMrs Samuel CouUer spent last Monday with the family of Mr Tom Coul ter of near here Miss Myrtle Armstrong spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs J M Shields of t ris place jMiss Mattie Kee1i gtho has been visiting her sister returne Sunday 1bNotice Poultry Raisers Now is the time of the year to feed your fowls a good tonic R41144 cures Chpleia Gapes Koup Canker and Limberneck When fed as apreventive it not only keeps them healthy hut makes them lay Price 50c no cure druggistsI Night On Bald Mountain On a night Alex Benton of Fort Edward N Y climbed Bald Mountain to the home of a neighbor tortured by Asthma bert on curingjiim with Dr Kings New Discovery that hadcured himself of asthma This won andquickly MillionsLung cure on Earth Coughs Colds Croup Hemorrhages and Sore Lungs HayFeverand 100 Trial bottle tree Guaran teed by Haydon Rob- ertsonjjjjjjj 0 Carpets Wall Paper Caee Curtains Axminsters 115 Velvets 90c to 1 BrusSells T 85c to 1 Ingrains37rt 50 60 and 75 cents Sultanas 30 and 37 centsv Granites i 25 cents Hemps 12 cents Five Hundred pairs taceCurtains 50c to 6 0000 Rolls Wall Paper 4 to 25 cents This department is decidedly stronger than any other in town Wash Goods Department 36 inchPercales 8 101276andi5 cents k Dress Ginghams 8 iQ 12 K and 15 cents z French centsbBatiste and Lawns 5 to 15 cents Linen Suitings i 5 20 25 35 and 50 cents Mercerized Fabrics in all the new effects I2 r s to 50 cents Patrons Patronage promise Fair Treatment in Future1 Ky rI Leading greatest FINE was Womans Home Companion FW April The Womans Home Companion for April is full of Easter suggestions spring fashions Easter entertainments and Easter dishes Grace Margaret Gould describes and illustrates thnew styles in gojyns shirt waists hats and in dress accessories Fannie Merritt Farmer the greatest cook in America gives the recipes for many delightful spring dishes It is a big magazine cram full of interesting articles stories illustrations and valuable information Maxine Elliott tells how she built her theater m New York Dr Woods Hutchinson gives expert advice on what to eat in the spring There is an interi esting article on the Emmanuel Move ment entitled How Psychotherapy Works Prof Frank A Waugh explains The Foundation of Good Gar dening We are told how to make window and porch boxes for plants A milk expert tells how to make sure that milk is clean Cyrus Townsend Bradys new novel Hearts and the Highway is be in this issue of the Companionand CppgLauraand Florence Morse Kingsley The il lustrations as usual with Womans Home Companion are by wellknown artists and are of the very best Engraving Visiting Cards- Mourning Cards r Invitations 1rtWedding J Reception Invitations Etc Etcr Anything You Call for Any Stylt You Want Sun is prepared to take your order for Visiting IThe ta1ions of all kinds Etc in fact anything you in the printed line Will print or Engrave The best of work Guaranteed Come to see us Satisfaction Guarantied MocUrati Pricis We also make a specialty of Engraved Letter Heads En velopes Etc 7h Springfield ii Suns f i t J Ir I 1IJ Ic I f j THEj SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 31 1969 3 Totice i == I gltoI Red Bird Stock Farm I or better known as the Jim McElroy farm onehaIfmiIefrorn Fair IGro na on Bardstown pike I a 1WfE WILL offer at yourseivice thebest line of Stockthdtcan be had IWe have worked to the best bred ones that could be had Every one is registered and have the papers on them IthekED BIRD i The great Saddle Horse as great a breeder in the State Will be AllhavingWe are going to stand him at 30 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT TO I beI= I wasik= L s In soon a by hIm U as Bourbon King that stood at 60 last year and perhaps at 75 this sea reputationI 1 I I 12 g I MOKO PEARL iBY MOKO I1 IInhigh H I I Bouncing Canought I I Imported English Hackney a beautiful chestnut sorrel 3 white feet j Ii andfast8 I NELSON II f i L Imported German Coach 16 hands high weighs about 1400 poundsI 1 imuleBILL GOEBEL i fjknow BASTONEWALL + J 1Shelby IiiI U 1that IaI 8 for horse mules 10 for mare mules 10 for jenn tts Stonewall is 1 f quite a good jennett Jack I will be glad to show you our stock anytime H I you come and will be glad to have you Bills wIll be out by April 1st jIThaJking you all for last years patronage and hoping it will mIIcrease year 1 remain Yours Respectfully sIii I L D BAKER I== = IIIiIUIIIIII1IIIIBIdl mIIIIIInmnmn8I iamnml unilllmnmlllllJl Marion County T Falcon Enterprise and Leader Mrs Bridget Fox one of the wealthiest and best known citizens ot Boyle comity 98 years of age died at herI home m Danville Tuesday night The interment was at St Rose yesterday afternoon Mr John Eonahue has sold his fire farm of oyer 200 acres on the St Rose pike known as the Frank Hill place to Mr Joe A Thomas of Louis illeI Keep Your Bowels Open A Safe Certain Home Remedy that is Sold By All DruggitsI 1constipatedease Regular bowel action Is absolutely iiecessary to health People who are constipated either part or all of the time must use something to make their bow els move This should not be a violent purgative or a cathartic that merelyI tears its way through the bowls Ing them of waste matter for the time but leaving them In a weakened state thatJprolongs the constipated Dr CaldweUs Syrup Pepsin is condltlOnI pleasant natural laxative that the waste matter and establishes r daily movements without pain or gripe Children and delicate women should never be given strong physic for it not only weakens the bowels but the entire system Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin serves as a tonic andan aid to digestion AS well as a laxative that Is certain In Its effect upon the most obstinate old cases and yet safe and pleasant for a baby With the rYtst few doses the ill effects of constipation such as dyspepsia indi gestion liver trouble biliousness flatu ency sour stomach sick headache bloat ed stomach etc quickly disappear It is a remedy that should be in every home for every member pf the family at some time has need of a safe sure laxative Mrs J C Cooper Chicago in writes I use Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin for myself and familjf I keep It on band constantly as it to be a most pleasant laxative and is all you claim for It Sajiah J House Eureka Springs Ark would nave been dead had itI ndtben for Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin It Is ithe best me1icine I ever used for consUbatlon mndIgstIon and bl11bu ness y Xt Zerkel TrOy Ohio considers it the best known laxative for children We are glad to send a free sample to any one who has not used It and will give BldgMOntiCel1olIll For sale tty The Red Ciom Drug Store The consideration was 55 per acre and possession will be given before April 15 IT ie six negroes arrested last Thurs day by Detective AJ Thompsohfor selling liquor without license were ried inthe police court the first of the week anL fiVe of them were found guilty byJuriesCharlie Mitchell iresulted in a hung jury It will be iried at a later date Fred Burbridge against whom there were two cases was fined 120 and nedrthree eases against Pete Williams but the court assessed fines of60and costs in each of two cases and dismissed the other pending good behaviojr Joe Ham ilton was fined 60 and costs and sen andJcase was called and was fined 60 and costs Thompson paid hs fine and was dismissed He was the only one to do so Mrs Malinda Thomps on died at her home at St Marys Tuesday at 4 oclock after an ilness of only a few hours IMiss Jane Peake died Sunday evening at the home of Miss Bessie Patterson on the Springfield pike after an illness of two weeks of pneumonia I Mr Geo It Burks has sold hishqme on East Main street to Mr arid Mrs E N Hundley the consideration being 11500 it is reported and Mr Bu ks will give possession of same Junes 1 This is one of the handsomest and most desirable homes in Lebanon Mrs T W Tharp ot this city has just heard of the whereab utsof an uncle Mr Almer Chlldress frbm whm she nor his family had not heard from tor 26 years He left his home in Grant county in 1875 and went to Texas From there he correspondeqwith his relatives in years but his letters ceased ard hfe Was not heard of until he was accideritly discovered recently by a traveling man fiom JGrantcountvwho notified the anxious Mr ChIldress tKf owns a big ranch in Arizona and has become quite wealthy and writes his relatives that he will make them a visit next fall Fashion j f Fair Eve devised a walking suit crimpySheBut Adam grunted Rather skimpy A cloak of palm leaves sought tor miles She made and came to be admired stylesYou tired She built herself a little hat Of lilies Eve was very clever thoughtofthatAna So next she placed upon her head creationTheIs barred fromi parl conversation dowdAnrl on Ill dress to please myself she vowed For what does Adam know of fashion What use 10seek applause from him He scoffs and says I cannot reason Well then my law shall be my whim And that shall change with every sea son Since when revolving cycles bring queerestAndWhile Adam murmurs Isit dear est Arthur Guiterman in Womans Home Companion for April 100Rewardr108 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitu tional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood systemtherebydisease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and as sisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for consti pation Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed f r holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1909 as far as reported Stanford July 318 days Henderson July275 days Georgetown July 275 days Madfsonville August 35 days Winchester August 34 days Blue Grass Fair Lexington August 96 daysATaylorsVille August 104 days 105daysILeitchfield August 174 days Barboursvillef August 183 days Brodhead August 183 days Shepherdsville August 188 days Ewing August 193 days Shelbyville August 245days Springfield August 254 days London August 254days Florence August 24 days Frankfort August 31j days Hardmsburg August 313 days Tompkinsville September 15 days Fern Creek September 15 days Barcistown September 14 days Hodenvil1eSeptember 73 days Monticello September 74 days Glasgow September 84 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville September 13G days Scottsville September 163 days Bedford October 12 da- ysEpilepsy FitsS J Convulsions or Spasms and St Vitiis Dance are Nervous Diseases Most cases can be ured by strengthening and build ing up the nervous system To do this a nerve med cine is needed Dr Miles Nervine will be found efficacious and satisfactory It has cured mair cases of these diseases and we believe it will cure you We can give you names of many who throughitsMy ison John had epilepsy for years and after having him treated by specialists 2 years he still continued to haVe spells I had al most up m despair but knows ing the vfrtue of Dr Miles AntiPain Pills for sick headache I concluded to try the Nervine During June 1906 I gave h ina teaspoonful three times aday then In July I gave It as directed and I qould see that he was Improving and he bas not had a August 28 1906 and has taken no writingthcInduce others to try It W R ALLISON Moore ivllle N C Your druggist sells Dr Miles Nerv ine and we authorize I Im to return price of first bottle on y If It falls to benefit you Miles Medical Co Ikhart Ind t Lti VISITS WITH 4UN6IJ BY A Reformer When I git growed I think that I Will be an editor And wear a shiny stovepipe hat All coyered oer with fur Thee people will be nice to meExcept when they are mad And tickets to thee soshibul Will make me oful glad Ill go awalklng down the street A notebook In my hand A brand new pencil oer my par The leader of thee band And folks will say How do you do Arid tell me all thee news Which I will write In gaiest vain To drive away the blues Oh I shall know whats going onJThee secrets of the town WrongJAndMy ax shall cut along thee ne And let the chalkmark sta My chips go whizzing throug the air And fall whereer they may I shall not falter in the right Nor cry EriUf nor weep Til every evil in our towni Is burled good and deep I bet you things will change a Jot ruqAThee Danby Weekly Sun a ob o Slivers of Thought He who would be cured of lovesick ness should call in the pastort i rrAny man can argue with a woman but no man can convince her irrThe man always thinks he can stand prosperity Nine times out of ten when a man gets too prosperous his wife has to get a divorce ifr r 6 When a friend asks you to do something that isnt right and asks you to do it because he asks it put It down that he isnt a true friend after all fIrichest men are thankful tat the mists do not roll away during this life We shall know each other better then you know Oh well perhaps it Is just as well as it is We know so much about some of our millionaires now 000D- ing Dong Every family should have a curfew which should ring tonight and all oth er nights If needed These curfews are Inexpensive and can be made at home Take a piece of siding two feet long and whittle one end to a handle Take the child that needs the curfew and bend It over a barrel Now take the siding and use It asa clapper Put lt on hot di viding the strokes evenly and sec thht none miss Good for a girl or a watrantedWhere Is my wandering boy tonight ExchangeS 00 O- RfagTime Never talk a man blind if you e pee him to see through your schem- eV a A jThe sultan of Turkey has thclarge1t- carpet known It Is valued at 50000 It must make a subordinate feel small to be called onto this ftarp- etfrfcfr It young men took warning froir what they see about them there would be fewer drunkards I wouldnt have a nose like some of those John Barleycorn boys for all the whiskey in the universe In the Licking Mo News I read Uncle By Williams was In Friday from the woods and called to advance his subscription date He had the misfortune to cut his foot last week with the broad ax but not badly I takeit that this other Uncle By Wil Hams lets a few chips fall where they may anyhow even if he doesnt write for the press Howdy TIne O O O- Wisdom More and more as we grow older we appreciate the liner traits that arc In human nature Men going out into life never forgot the mother who stays at home and who has presented to them a nature with a reason dominant with a high moral sense with refined and sweet affections with taste with patience with gentleness with selfsacrifice and with disinterestedness A man may go through all the world he muy run through every stage of belief and dir belief but there will be one picture he cannot efface Living or dying then will rise up before him like a morning star the beauty of that remembered goodness which he called rnptherHorton- Ark Guest ytJi L oo I1EiiIriii F 2 j j n t Banner Company t d The Commonwealth Life InMfance rr+ Company of Louisville sold about thVsame amount of Insurance in Kentuckyjf last year as all other old line Local i companies combined and more than 3fr it + Foreign companies aS 1 li I IT MUST BE 6OAD Ifi IfftThe COMMONWEALTH COUPON POLICY 1 i J in fact is the BEST IN THE 4 seLtSWORLD Because l t 1Iiti if J Dividends are Guaranteed J thr r No Fictitious EstimatesJ iILiJ Policies Mature Earliest Pays Death Losses Soonest Pays Dividends h J lJrn Legal Reserve lCompany F Protected by Most Stringent Laws tN I tItThe COMMONWEALTH a Kentucky and a Southern Corn tpany The local and Southern Companies have written moretJian seventyfive per cent of the new business in Kentucky and otherU I T Southern states for several years and should write all The CommonI wealth is a Home Company pays taxes and invests its money locally We want to write you that policy you need so much to protect your jtU family and your business interests v LWalIacer Bardstown Kentucky iiIr aIIIIIIIIa WRIIIIii I t FOR A LIMITED TIME YOU CAN GET v J = Louisville Times Regular Price 500 a year AND THE 0 Springed StxnJ l Both 3 FOR Year5o l7 The Louisville Times is the best afternoon i Paper Printed Anywhere tIHas the best corps of correspondents l Covers f the Kentucky field perfectly ry Covers the general news fieldcompletely Has the best and fullest market reports Democratic ittv politics but fair to everybody V r Send Your Subscription I Right Away siTo this paper not to The LouisVjUe Times 4w t This special low offer may be withdrawn at V anytime SO GET IN NOW This rate isf fc- i goodonly for MAIL subsbriptions arid we cannot accept orders for The LOUISVILLE TIMES where thatpapethas are agent y 4 who furnishes papers by the month V ii tJIs two Papers for Less Than tht Prici ofdrit i 4S SEND ALL ORDERS TO iiI54S jt J 4 H t t f o i y trrI 4 1 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH n 1909 tA c- YLAWN MOWER t HEADQUARTERS r If you want the best LAWN MOWER on earth go to Hatchett and Andersons They now have a large tock 0of Whitman Barns lawn mowers A P4 Strictly High Grade Machine J with the best quality steel ball cups and cones perfectly ground and dust proof If you need a lawn mower be sure too get our prices be fore buying We also have a nice line of lawn edgers sections and rivets for any mowing machine made and rl have bought them in a way as to sell cheap Cycle Grinders Cheap ii Garden Tools- OfAllKinds Garden Plows Rakes Hoes Spades Shovels Etc in fact anything you may need to wise a harden Come in arid let us show you and get prices SPECIAL SERVICE GIVEN TO PLUMBING AND TINNING fr Hatchett Anderson Springfield Kentucky e I SPRINGFIELDSUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLARf In AdvIce Zn L SMITH Editor and Publisher I SpnnldieldIir iI TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION i t r 100 1Jonths f b0 ftreeKonths 25 Sun and Times 350 In accordance with the requirements of the Jaw of Kentucky the CJounty Road Supervisor has caused to be post ed in the different voting precincts of the county notices stating that on April 7th next the Fiscal Court of this county will receive bids for work to be done upon and materials furnished for the roads of Washington county To the average citizen this will bea matter of but casual interest or of no interest at all This is chiefly because theJpeople think that they have nothing to do with the roads that there is a Supervisor and that all the responsibil ity for the condition of the roads rests upon him When one considers how ever that this county has about 240 miles of macadamized pike which with the bridges aggregate In value 300000 he can but realize that the undertaking of the officials to keep these roads in Condition is a stupendous one In their endeavors they reed not only the en i + Public Sale t of Lumber tlondiJY April 5 19O9A- T i2 P Mat t+ th bridge at Fredericktown Ky we will offer for sale to the highest and best bidder the lumber In thetwo spans fit of the large Wooden Bridge across the Beech at Frederick tit town Ky There is in this bridge about r 1 I 100000 feetof magnificent Poplar Lumber of large sizes and long lengths and several thousand feet of fine poplar boxing in presentedfit 1 ucha quantity of high grade seasoned poplar lumber +jEach span offered separately and then as a whole + eisil now stands and then by measurement after being +down and placed on the ground at the bridge site t We will at the same time receive propositions arid bi4st for taking down the structure z Terms made known on day of Sale VasWin ton and Nelson County Joint Bridge Committee KyiTSMAYES Springfield Ky ttFor JU perlnformatlOncaIIon or write A H Miller fit AJorT S M tit itIiitl ww ww tie t t couragement of the people but their ac tive coopeiaticn Considering the pDpulation and the taxable property fof this county there are but few in the country that can compare with it as to roads and pikes Unless the people cooperate however with the officials and every man who can do so bids for the work on his section it will not take many years for the roads to deteriorate very materially The appropriations are being and no doubt will be judiciously expended but they are not adequate for the work un less the people assist The question of better roadways is one of the leading questions of the day wood roads mean riot only a better county but are a comfort to the travel ing public and to bring the question nearer home mean a great advance in the value of property Washington county land is just beginning to con mand its real value and with improve ments in roads the farming land will continue to increase in value The Sun is interested in Washington county and hopes that on April 7th everyman who can will bid for the road contract on his section or sections and feel that it 13 his duty to assist the of- ficIals in overcoming difficulties and im proving conditions rather than in anus ing them for the existenceofconditions- which unaide4 they can not rectify 1IVALLEY HILLI Mrs A R Shultz of Springfield and Miss Miranda Tucker were guests of Mrs M Reed Tuesday Mrs Lucien Pinkston and Annie Ta i tum ot this place visited relatives at Pqortown TuesdayiEverett PI n a horse to Robert Thompson last week for 90 Mr Robert M Thompson haSen gaged all of the wool in this section to be delivered at the station her- eLM Gregory of Pleasant Grove was in our midst Tuesday on business Ms Wilhaiyi Goodlett of Hardestv yisited relatives here Tuesday Mrs W Moran visited Mrs T A Tatum near fiere Wednesday Mrs Eliza Mitchell of near folin visited her daughter Mrs J JJ Wil- lIams who is quite ill again of lung af fection from Thursday until Sunday Mrs Paralee Hardy of Louisville continues the guest of her sister Mrs T C Tatum Mr Robert Snider is quite il at his home here suffering from general debility r Robert Vivian and Bradley Tatum were guests of Willie Moian at Elm Hill Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs John Cutsinger of Mooresville visited relatives here Sun daytMr and Mrs C P Goatley attended church and visited relatives at Camp Ground Sunday Mrs Evan Sales and little son Rod man of near Mackville visited her neice MrsJ B Williams of this placeSaturdayand Sunday Hunter Goatley was a guestat Elm Hill Sunday Jas Moran and G C Dohalioe attended church in Springfield Sunday evening Miss Piety Barber of St Catharine- vlsit d her parents here from iFriday until Monday Mr Sutton and wife of near Willis burg visited relatives in this section Sunday Mr and Mrs P S Barber leave this week for North Carolina where they expect to visit several of inter est them Lake ToawayI andAsheville1Mr sonville principally where they expect great recuperative power from that celebrated Blue Ridge Mountain breeze so famous as a restorative to those suf fering lung and throat affections Mrs M Reed and daughter Mrs Benedict Jan s of this place visited relatives in Spjmgfield Monday School opener here Monday with Miss Pearl as teacher She has a large number of pupils enrolled and doubtless her efficient teaching will re sult in a very satisfactory term A petition will be circulated through out this section for the reopening cf a post office at this place which w discontinued when Route 1 was estaplish ed The proposed new postmaste is at present agent for the L N herje 1 LOCUST GROVE Mrs A L Itsey has returned from a visit to her taughter Mrs Jas Clay brooke Jr Miss Lillia Leachman spent Satur day and Sun ay with her cousin Miss Tiny Reed Misses Sue Reed and Nanni Thomp son spent Tuesday night with Miss Frances Litsey Mr Richard Cheatham and family were the guests of Bud Montgomery at Willisburff Sunday Charlie Litsey bought a buggy from Mr Kimball for 130 Mitt Leachman Jr will make his k II Ii11 IWHERE I Big Store H R YOU CAN FIND WHAT YOU WANT WHEN YOU WANT IT I STYLESoOF HIGH ART ClothingNow guarantee BoysClothing We have received an uptodate line of Ederheimer Cos Boys and Youths Clothing They fit and are one suit and youll wear no other New New Cuffs Neckwear Suspenders Latest Hats Agents for Hanon Crossett Shores v The RobertsonClaybrooke Co SPRINGFIELD INCORPORATED KENTUCKY home with N P Thompson this year Mesdames Kate Litsey Sallie Greg ory Minnie Reed Julia Leachman and Misses Sue Reed and Sue Duncan spent Wednesday with Mrs Lillie Duncan oh the Ridge Hugh Leachman and Miss Bertha Ed gerton dined with Miss Sue Reed Sun jMisstmg friends at Springfield Mrs Josie Mayes and Nora Cloyd pf Mackville spent several days last week with Mr George Moore and wife MAUD As I have Been absent for some time will again jot down a few items Mr J M Montgomery and wife spent Sunday at Bloomfield Mr Lyndsay Dodson and family spent Sunday with BF Settles and family Mrs Ora Crume and children attend ed Sunday School at New Hope Sunday Mr Clayton Woford spent Sunday with his parents near Woodlawn Miss Judith Montgomery spent last weec with her grandmother in Nelson countyMrs Annie Wakefield and daughter Miss Mary spent Friday in Springfield with her sister Mrs W P Shehan Mrs Kate Shewmaker spent with herf son H A Shewmaker near Bloomfield Mrs Nettie Crume is spending sever al days with her sist rMrs Otis Set tIe Mr and Mrs Chas Mcllvoy spent afternoon with Mr and Mrs Hal Shehan Mr1 and Mrs Carrol Allen and son and Mrs Edith Duncan spent Sunday with Mrs Z Z Andrews Mr Woford bought a horse from Mr Green Hayes price unknown MieS Roxie Wakefield is visiting Mrs Shannon Cloyd of Harrodsburg Mrs Mary Shehan and daughter Miss Josie spent last Wednesday with Mrs Neal jBodine and Thursday with Mrs Chas Lewis near Bloomfield Misses Belle Roxie and Mary Wake field Halite Houston Mrs J N She han and Mrs J F Settle spent one day last week with Mrs Lizzie Durrett near Springfield The farmers are about through burn ing tobacco beds and are very busy and sowing oats Scott Montgomery and Willie Houston are on thgrsick list Kentucky Star Flour Best made The tar and Courier JouroaL JLM The Springfield Sun I100 per year NEW SPRING The best that can be pro duced They FIT the wear and hold their shape A goes with every suit Prices reason able for su6h finely Tail ored Garments Select your suit now for Easter I Stem stylish Try Shirts Collars and style Sole and Monday Suhday Clayton plowing hlJ9 = i ttN iji1 J rFlowers Plants and Vegetables IIn my Green House on the Hertlein farm on the Lebanon pike I have a complete assortment of PLANTS I and FLOWERS of all Varieties At present I have on hand Sweet Violets and a lot ofrI Green Vegetables which r am selling at very low prices I invite you to inspect them at any time whether you buy M1 or not Cone and see them If unable to call in person phone 573 and your order will be delivered Respectfully John Tullius fil f tf fr = i lInlIImllllIIlIUIIJJ1IIIllIlIllIllimnllJlUIlI1mlIJJlIIIIIIIE nlIIIInllllllllJl1lllIIllJ Vlll T IIi Personal Property1 I W IAs administrator of John A Sjmpsori deceased Zwill 1 IFIj Thursday April 8 1909j li the following property to the highest and best bidder 1 ofit f IiJack well broke i 5vearold work mule 21 head of yearling I IIr r 15 sows I shoats All this stock is firstclass M fARMING IMPlEMENTS2 Disc harrows 3 binders Ii mowing machines i dropper r hey rake 2 walking uIt vaII wi Jdumpand gearing that are found on a well conducted farmAGRAIN2ooo bushels ofcorn so bushels of wheat 5011= bushels of oats lot of poultry lot of bacon and lard I HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN fURNITURE I i 11SaleITERMSSaid B property will be soldon six months time i = = bearinginterest tthaQIo will be for cosh J i= JLe Bridwell Sam Campbell Auctioneers J A CECIL ii I ympson with will annexed M iiilliUtIUDlml II1IHJlIumlIIUIIiliiiJiIInninim lUclIDf nm1ItllunlIll i j74P r 1 J t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 31 1909 S REQI Touring Car 1 000 ToPExtraxWhen you are starting out fora motor trip short or the one thing you want to be sure of is that you will get back Without any fuss or delay ordiniIfY this to you Write for catalogue 4 Passenger Roadster with Tppl00010 H P Runabout 500 FOR SALE BY= N G MARKSSPRINGFIELD KY Automobile Show Louisville April 15 Baxter and Broadway T tgfJi t InvestigationJI IIIU nItllllmnnmuj ltrL111rlIJUnijllmimUlllillili aiiirirui iii shows that many good watches are spoiled by tampering No matter how little you suppose better HAVE ME fX It A whole lot ot damage can be done by those who a ac quainted with the reonot mechanism We and can repair them as they should be Bring me yours if it doesnt go just right I MM JAS J GRAVES II M1ARPSVILLE 4 Mr Bill Robinson is still improying i Mr Harve Robinson boughtof Tom Bowen and the heirs of Martin Sallee a tract of land containing 27 acres Miss Birdie Brown visited Mr F G Dennis and family Saturday Mr Herschel Robinson spent Saturday night with Mr Tom Yates Mr Frafak Bowen left Tuesday morn ing for Louisville where he will remain for several months Mrs Jessie Robinson is on the sickif list The infant child of Mr and Mrs Will Yeager died Monday night and was taken the following day to the Bethel cem etery for burial We extend sympathy to Mr and Mrs Yeager Mr Arlie Jbmkston spent Thursda night and Friday with Vilas Graham Robert and Joe Pinkston spentSatur day night wIthEzra Cutsmger Mr and Mrs Bert Robinson and chil dren spent Saturday night and Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs David Dorsey Mrs John Brown spent Saturday with Mr Bill Robinson and family Mr Liga Drury and wife spent Saturday night and Sunday with her par ents Mr and Mrs David Barnett Mr Bill Robinson and family visited Mr George Brown Saturday night Mr Bernice Graham is Louisville this week on business Mrs Les Baxter is very ill at this writing Mr Ed Goodlett and family visited visited Mr Sam Cornish and family Saturday night Cecil the little son of Mr and Mrs Jim Yates is quitill at this writing Born to the wife of Mr Edgar Will ham a fine girl Mr Harve Robinson sold to Mr Bill 125Iap pomtment at Antioch Sunday morning Kentucky Star Flour Best made Go With A Rush The demand for that wonderful Stom Liver and Kidney cure Dr Kings yNew Life Pillsis astounding Haydon Robertson sarrthey never saw the like Its never fail to cure Sour Stomach Constipation SIckIHe cl1e and Malaria Only 25c Kentucky Star Flour Best made t THE SUNI TIMESI 3 SO Try Kentucky Star FlourUSo good r f 9IWeSawa i HouseFly Today 1t1t and that reminds us that screening- time is comIng We do not caretitwhether you screen or not but if you do we want to show you a screen that If you dont use this time you will next time Its a Wheeler t Prices are within reach of + Get busy and shut Mr fly out before fie ticklesI + nose iJfSpringfield Lumber Co 1 XZ fZtIZttZitV zI I1 1ZH14I + X 1 t i1 Ga T Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted with out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First lass Springfield Ky ifflce in HEROD Blockup stairs Local News Notes Attention is called to the adof Dr D A Crosby elsewhere in this issue Horsemen Read the ads of B13- Leachman L D Baker and Bohon Lu cas elsewhere m this issue f SAY Your Buggy needs Painting SeeA C Kimball at old Casey Shop on Main street All the latest styles in Spring Millinery at Mrs Mullicans over Peoples Bank Opening April 2nd and 3rd Buy Rapid Shine Stove Polish 5c per box JOE A SHADER FOR RENT Four rooms in flato Main street These are nice rooms an in Food shape Next to First National Bank L A BURNS Use Enterprise Poultry Power fine tonic for all kinds of poultry Fo sale by HAYDON ROBERTSON Try Kentucky Star Flour Its made like grandfather used to make it L A Burns and Elmer Yankey Springfield have for sale 50 tons of Timothy and 50 tons of Clover Hay Mr T P 0 Bryan was quitese iousiI ly hurt by a horse last Saturday while at work on his farm and is still confined to his room The incomparable fit comfort and style of theC6 A LA SPIRITE CORSET make it the choice of the Woman o Fashion Sold by MRS KATIE WILLIAMS fbathnext to Christian church1or special terms until Jan11910 see JOE S CLAYBROOKEI The public is cordially invited to at r tend the millinery opining of Mrs Nan nieMullican over Peoples Bank Apri 2 and 3 NOTlcEl am agent for The Spald ing Steam Laundry of Louisville and cordially solicit a part of your patronage Work guaranteed R A NALLY F9R RENTA house and jot 5 mlle from Springfield on Texas pike Also for sale a two horse mail wagon Will carry from 1000 to 1500 a load RICHARD RILEY Mackville Rt 1 LOST About three weeks ago on the streets m Springfield a Cameo belt pin Finder will please return to this office Try Kentucky Star Flour + good The P bier is cordially invited to at tend Mrs Williams Millinery ppening April 2 and 3 madke Anew line of the latest S vies in Tailored Dress Skirts for sale from 150 to 10 Address Willisbuig Ky Or phone 422 Mooresville exchange Residence near Polin PEARLIE SMOOTHERS Every member of Springfield Lodge No 50 F8c A M is request d to be present at the regular meeting Monday night April 5th when the Thir degree Will be conferred Members from visit ing Lodges are cordially invited Try Kentucky Star Fiour U Sogood NOTICE Having sold our hardware and tinning business to Hatchett An- derspnit is necessary for us to straight en o ir Parties who are indebted ita the firm are requested to call at the once and settle tOItat SHULTS RIEDEL flowers and Plants I will be in Sprin fieldcountyjlcOurt day with flowers and GEO R MATTIN 1LY i A Hurry Up Call Quick Mr Drug istQuickA boy of Bucklens Arnica Salve HeresJi hurryBabysnee cut his foot with the axe Mamies pilesiBillie familyItsby Haydon Robertson The SUN 1 bMrs has received nejvs of the death m Lexington of her brotheri Mr James A CUJryMr curry was one of the most prominent and philanthropic men in Lexington and was very influential in church circlet being an Elder in the Presbyterian church Deceased was 80 years of age J hn Polin Jr who has been attending the University of Louisville Law School for thepast two years was ex mined at Lagrange Kyv last week for admission to the bar and passed a successful examination Mr Polin is the son of SqqirejohnPo1in and is a young man of fins attainments Friday the children of the Springfield Graded School wilt observe Arbor Day with fitting ceremonies the pupils of eachroom will plant a tree sure a flow er on thee school campus dedicated to some one famed in history letters t r science while addresses will be made by some of the pupils and invited guests I Pursuant to an order of the Washing ton Circuit Court m the settlement of MaymGreenEast Main street was sold Saturday afternoon Mr and Mrs J S Clayj brooke purchased the house for 4275 while the thirty foot lot lying East of RdVol 1No1 of the A S of E News has reached this office and is a bright iParg measure co Society news it also contains much of general interest and should at once take a prominent place in journalism in this State and throughout all tobacco sections It is a twelve page fourcolumn paper handsomely printed and ably edited We welcome the new paper to our exchange list and wish itunbounded success Mrs G D Robertson is usIlyenl gaged in training the cast for the pjay which will be given at the Opera House on the evening of Easter Monday Mrs Robertson has had quite a good deal of experience in getting up tolays all of which have been very successful and enjoyable and this is expected to be ex c pbQnally good Another pleasing will be the music to be furnish by the orchestra recently organized The proceeds of the play will be used for the improvement of St Dominics cemetery The Republicans of Washington coun CourtlJ afternoon to select del- gatese to the District Convention to be held m Lebanon today W F Grigsby called the convention to order and was made permanent chairman while J Ti Prather was elected secretary The Committee on Resolutions consisting of Geo W Colvin W P Scruggsr Walter Hume John Dennis G C Wharton and Merritt Hungate report ed alter a brief recess The resolutions commended the Republican State ad ministration and r recommended Hon JohnLewIs of this county as the nominee for Circuit Judge The District Convention is in session at Lebanon today and the tip s that Mr Lewis will be nominated for Circuit Judge and Hon Hal Graham of Greens burg for Commonwealth Attorney NOTICE Kauffman Moyer Arnold and Enter prise buggies for sale They stand for all that can be asked for In buggies Mogul Wagons Disc Harrows Corn Planters Tobacco Setters and The American Field Fence the best fence on the market in all sizes from the 55 tech fence made in No7 wire top and wire Ieketat 40c per rod A C KIMBALL In old Casey carriage shop on Main St ALL GOOD I f Ive had a dozen offers of marriage lately Gracious Good ones 1 Yes All fronr Jack Safe Prophecy What kind of weather are we going to todong all the month What kind is that i f All kinds Cleveland Leader y TH JRIZSTv 1Iifrt r I =You Ought to Eat r if Try its a of Weaning NIGHT HAWK JK is considered the Fastest Stallion in the county and in order to prove what he can do 1 challenge any horse after the season owned and the season of 1909 in county on any mile in the State D A I wish to extend a cordial attend my Spring Onening of and Apr 9 and 10 WILLIS BURG KY = Many millions of people make it their PeopleRicetasts better for a change Did you ever try it with your maets and graviesI andlikeare as man kinds of rice as there are of coffee We specialize a good rice and sell more every year Try some of ours and perhaps you habit IIIt will be good for you You can always get what you want wke you want it from us Phone us today Tomatoes Lettuce Radishes our CREAM BREAD delicious Fresh Cakes Bring the children to see our Easter Novelties Katie HertleinBroSPRINGFItLD j THE BEST NOTICE Stockmen Washington County Night Hawk Jrl mybarnuntil timeITrotting will making Washington track Respectfully CROSBY SPRING OPENING invi Washington Readytowear Friday Saturday Mrs Lizzie McMillin OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOfi More Rice willrice KENTUCKY f j1 I W v STALLARD D D S r 1 SPRINGFIELD KY 1PH oxErtTEET EXTRACTEDI PiiiitrDangtr P All Work tclassII just as advertised GUARANTEED ELver JJfcElroy Shade e GhrpceiaTW rt TicketJ fi t CmcUlTJUDGEI H Thurman j COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY T C Hill of Marion County COUNTY JUDGEB L Litsey COUNTY CLERK W F Booker V CIRCUIT CLERK IRobt Noej rCOUNTY ATTORNEYT Scott Mnyek r SHERIFfS J Anderson J JAILERGeoDASSESSOR W T Mitchell SuRvEYOR Wm G Roberts l ateL The Springfield Sun 1100 pH two 4 aQQQ QQQonQ b oooG aoapoooo DI n hestnut Dare 1 n NO 3290 FOALED 1900 o This horse again showed his superiority over other Stallions e 0 last year in his own class and in sweepstake classes defeating all the nrominent Stallions in the adjoining counties One of his win r0 x nings was the 100 sweepstake defeating eight entries of firstan class horses He and his colts also won the herd ring Its ft seasonshaYe Q o in this county Special rings of colts of other horses claimed by Iisome to be the best in the State have been shown but not one of W these has ever worn abeblue or red All familiar with his breeding know he has more nigh price colts already to his credit 0- JJ than any horse now in the county and yet a young horse Chest nut Dare combines the blood of the Chester Dares and Chief families He is sired by Chester Dare10 1st dam by Red Chief It- 0 2nd dam by Black Hawk Chief 3rd dam by Brinkers Drennon I Q 0 0 Noble DenmaKa No 2640 okI n D This handsome and handsomely bred colt will serve a lim ted a number of mares ati20 10 INSURE A LIVING COLT D He IS sIred by the eat S ow horse and breeder Highland uk Denmark 1st dam a State Fair winner by the Championship saddle II horse Thornton Star 2nd dam jtjy the Show Stallion Art Rose by W Artistand out of i Montrose mare This Stallion is not only well P 0 D bred but a fine individual proving himself a winner last year a as d Q twoyearold also as a yearling He has great actIOn for a young ster a good step and of a great saddle stallion Con D sideringr the breeding qualities of both his sire and dam and his n own finish and conformation he is sure to rank among the best as sire i0- Q HacKney Boy 3 Hackney Boy isa sorrel 16 hands high a horse of good confor a mation large flat bone and one of the Hackney type He is four u t years old and his first colts are all good He is sired byhOld County Member lst dam by Von Moltke 2nd dam by Varick He a- a will make the season at o 10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT a Ii iI again Thank the Breeders for their patronage and askfoxa D S continuance of same in this and adjoining counties I Mares Pastured at 150 a MonthNMares bred to either Stallions or Jacks when traded oil or parted with the season is positively due and must be settled 0 o I it B B Leachman Rf D No3 Springfield KyL 0a J OOo ouoq o tJlIn o isOasosa OIrtoo s f t r lj THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH n 1900 IFREE r 2 IJ FREEca i k t f tI f Papers I FORePRICE OF t I c cryeasv r day i 4 xPwiyf I IIA tile too of ten told Ti swear your hair was far more fair khan skeins of shredded gold JPd say your cheek was like the snow Except that everybody knows Taint so ruy your mind Its thoughts confined To things too high for earth i That what the wise conceived was lies Beetde your wisdoms worth Yea everything that lovers sine Each honeyed hackneyed word rd say to thew but It would be Absurd From head to feet youre far more sweet Than all these things could be These tropes are dreamsyour real self seems Mere beautiful to inc The misers gold let misers hold With love whats that to do yotrefar above such things dear love iTbure You Cleveland Leader v Side Lights on History The fathers w- constitution ere evolving the of the United States Suppose suggested a lowbrowed tiite map we make the presidents tenure of office dependent on his good behavior Never do in the world I exclaimed Die highbrowed statesman Under BHch a provision as that how many su them do you think would hold the Jhe Kentucky FarmerAWEEKLYS JOURNAL REPRESENTATIVE OF AND DEVOTED TO THE AGRICIILIIURAL AND LIVE STOCK INTERESTS OFrKENTUCKY AND THE S J Given Away Absolutely Free for Three Months TO SUBSCRIBERS RAYING IN ADVANCE ANA TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS- TO THE SPRINGFIELD SUN The Suiione year and the Kentucky farmer Three months for the price of the Sun1 aAs a special inducement to airthose in arrears to pay up and to new subscribers we will have mailed L v Journalpublishedmonths for the price of the home paper alone This offer is OPEN TO ALL new subscribers or renewals who pay Cash in advance SUBSCRIBE TODAY IS this offfir is limited for a short time We reserve the right to withdraw this offer at any date Sind Chick Paper Monty or Postoffict Monty Ordtrland take advantage of this offs t The Springfield Sun 4 Springfield Ky 6tt 6h t6N 6 tJ j Job even four years Still they provided that a president might be impeached under certain conditions but it was clearly under stood that this was only a bluff Chicago Tribune An Old Story No matter how they fix it there will always be scandalous talk about the Panama canal Why so verynatureBaltimore AmericanA TDo you believe in sign she asked I do the young man said SheyaWnrfd a sign of weariness And straight the young man fled Detroit Free Press I Useless Words Mrs Bacon Doesnt your husband waste words Mrs EgbertI should way so Why he told me that story I Just told you today and then asked me not to repeat ItYonkers Statesman Exactly What doe it mean when you ac tors says The ghost walks today It means that w e wont have to Cleveland Lader ic t WEEKLY 4 OUR RJOIiRNALfHenry WaiUrson v Is national Newspaper Democratic inT polities It pnnts all the news without V fear or favbr The regular price is 100 i a year but you can get the WEEKLY r CQURIERJQURNAL and r ThESUN lbTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY t 150 1 WIfpaper not to the CourierJournal M g Dally CourierJournal one year f 600 Sunday Courier Journal one year 200 We cangive you a combination cut rate Kon Daily or Sunday if you will write this paperr sRiIi l F t t NOVEL IDEA FOR jVORKSTAND Simply Made Useful and Arranged to Occupy Little Space Those industrious people who always have large pieces of work on hand will appreciate the Ingenious idea shown in the accompanying sketch which gives a suggestion for a simply made workstand which can easily be folded up into quite a small space and put away In a corner when not actually in use The stand itself consists of a small clotheshorse which can be stained or painted in any pretty color to harmonize with the dec oration of the room The bag for work is made In silk or brocade and tied at the four corners with loops and bows of satin ribbon The loops are slipped over the postl and keep the bag In position It will ihold any kind of household mending i hat may hap pen to need attention While the home dressmaker will find It very conveni ent for the reception ofa blouse or a dress bodice When not in use the screen can be folded up and all the loops hung together tram one of the posts Put away in a corner even whet It is folded up it will be quite decorative piece of furniture espe d ally If the wood be enameled white and a piece of rosecolor0d or pale blue silk used to make the workbag arid tied with ribbons to match For a workroom where appearance is not a matter of importance a bag made of canvas with loops of braid at the corners and an unstained clotheshorse will answer the purpose and may be arranged and placed In position with little trouble KEEPING BABY RIBBON RIGHT Simple Washable Case That Will Solve Many problenis The girl who knows how disreputable baby ribbon can become unless daintily cared for will welcome a sim ple washable case that cdn be made in a few minutesIA somewhat large embroidered hand kerchief with a border running around it was cut in half each piece making a case The half was turned up so that it folded in thirds with the outer side coming down as a top or cover The part cut In two was finished with a narrow hem and the ends were finely overcast together The case was then into five compartments three smaller ones one on each end and the third in the middle and two larger spaces between These latter badkipribbon was wound Small cardboard reels were made to fit each compartment These were slightly curved on each edge to keep the ribbon from slipping The advantage of such a case Is that it is quickly laundered and takes up no room In a bag or trunk If intehded for a present each reel can be filled with a piece of baby rib non differ enJ colors the bodkins can be of silver or different colored ivory and a tiny pair of scissors can be attached to one of the reels These make Inexpensive and pretty trinkets for a set of prizes or asa ready seller at a bazaar Gowns Cost Less There is one thing to be said in fa vor of the expensive materials woven for gowns this season It takes little of them to make a frock The total cost of the gown is not much over half what it used to be when a great deal more material was needed of every kind The scanty one piece frock with it seam up the back and front is not over two yards around on the floor The bodice Is merely a few Inches of drapery with or without a stock The sleeves are long in the day frocks and do not amount to more than four Inches In the evening ones Black Lace Sashes Now that sashes are accepted the designers are Ingenious in their uses oi new materials All kinds of ribbon have been employed and the latest thing Is black lace edged with velvet Wide Chantilly lace Is used because of Its graceful design and it looks well Over white satin gowns and those of dull pink and blue It Is bordered with twoinch velvet ribbon or bound with piece velvet draped round the figure in folds then fastened at back in the center orat the left side under an antique buckle From this float out two ends much wider at bottom than top Transformed Frocks t This year the fancy for net and chit foil overfrocks makes it very easy to transform the painfully familiar frock into a new affair and if one can afford an overfrock of one of the gorgeous sequined stuffs which are now the rage the better Never was there such a cra e for scintillating effects Cloths of gold silver and the coppery chiffon or with sparkling beads and faceted jet ornaments and fabrics by the yard so wrought with colored sequjns that the effect on the figure is as a coat of glittering mail all vie with one anoth er totjnake the modern ballroom fairly dazzling to the eyes WE PRINTS- ALE BILLS AND PRINT THEM RIGHT Beat Itl Said an angry young swain to his maid As home from the party they strayed I wish you would turn down Ed Biddle fiddlejJudge thee At the Railroad Restst rat TheManDave you dusted the pies this morning The BoyYes sir Have you sifted thj sugar Yes sir Have you limbered up the meat sandwiches 1 Yes sir Well come and help me blow through this macaroniYonkers Statesman No Plagiarist Great Scott man here youve got half a dozen novels two French comedies a book of epigrams one of proverbs and several volumes of an ecdotes on your writing table What on earth are you doing Writing a new and original play New York Herald Paradoxical as It May Seen Get up Henry called out the bovs father from the foot of the stair wJ or youll be late to school Its after seven oclock Gee grumbled the small boy It gets late awful early these days Chicago Tribune Clubbing Rates We club with all the leading j Newspapers and Magazines and can save you Following are moneyIon Louisville THE SUN andBOTH YEyFDailyII Evening Post 35O Louisville Herald 325 farmers Weekly CourierJournalX150 Herald 150- Above J prices include the Kentucky Farmer for three monthsI f4 f fQI t IF YOU WANT THE BEST FLOURASS t GROCER FOR t j Pride of Washington riSpringfitlds Choice MANUFAqrURED BY i J W JARBOE COV Highest market price paid for WHEAT f CLUBBINGRATESY WITH LOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville 50The640SameThe Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days m TJCTheCourierJournal any three days in the week sixc 80sTheierJournal one year 2 8f The Sun and the 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and adjoining counties and in court of Appeals tS M CAMPBELL AUCTIONEERSpringfield Cwngof public sales a specialty44 Will go anywhere Terms reason able Phone 84 Dr W R MORGAN VtUrlnary Surgeon and Dentist PERMANENTLY LOCATED JLt Wharton tJ Tapps Stable in Springfield Rates Reasonable PHONE 3 l JOIINMAYES IFuneral Director And 4 Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY l Best Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone lay ia Night 74 rrrITHE SUN ANDBoth pa pars lyr Bryans Commoner 150 Weekly CourierJournal 150 Weekly Louisville Herald 150 Nashville American 150 Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer 175 Weekly Atlanta 175 SemiWeekly St Louis RepublIc 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat 175 ThriceaWeek New York World 175 Home and Farm 125 American Agriculturist 175 n Epitomist1 150 American Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette 225 Country Gentleman 200 Farm and Fireside 125 Farm Field and Fireside 175 Review of Reviews 325 L 85Ippmcos Monthly 175 Harpers Magazine 435 Weekly 435 1a7 a = t f OlM4JI4ZHh 4 Give the breeding mare exercise every day Prune the vineyard at once if you have riot already done so Muslin fronts for the chicken houses are winners Try one f Alfalfa or clover hay is good for the brood sow Give her all she will eat up clean Sheep will feed together better and fatten more evenly if they are uni form in character t During the winter months be sure that your poultry have all the grits they need Guesswork methods are the greatest curse to the farm and explain more failures than any one thing- Better prices do not make Better butter but better butter will always tend to boost prices Try it Spring is upon us Get all theodd Jobs out of the way before the regular spring rush begins Hens do not like to scratch in wet litter See that everything is dry- as a bone and snug as you can make it Put wheat bran and middlings in a box where the calf can getatit She will soon learn to eat It and It will be better for her to get It in this way than to give it to her In the milk The Increase in the average yield of corn per acre last year amounted to only threetenths of a bushel per acre but in the aggregate it meant an in crease of hundreds of thousands of dollars to the farmers Handle the cream and do your butter making away from the odors of the kitchen Nothing absorbs the odors so quickly as cream and butter and the poorly flavored butter does not sell well or bring a good price r Make a chicken roost out of the dis carded wagon wheel after removing the iron tie which would prove too cold a thing for the hens feet Such a roost is economical of space It can be suspended from the roof iThe squealing pig is entering protest about something Find out what it is If cold provide better shelter If hungry increase the feed The squealing pig brings small profit to its grower fCaustic potash rubbed well upon the little knobs where the horns of the calf will grow will prevent develop ment and will save dehorning later The reatment must be given durinf the frst two weeks however Fo some reason thick sour skim milk eems to have a greater value for hens than sweet milk This may be due to the milk sugar not being digested and assimilated by fowls or possibly the lactic acid which is present In spur milk may have an especially beneficial effect More experimental work is needed to clear up this matter Alfalfa is a crop worth striving for Plan for a start this year Alfalfa wants a dry sweet rich soil and un Merdraining seems to help any land for this crop as does also the application of lime Four tons to the acre has been found none too much and It will shot grow on land destitute of lime The land must be clean so mid summer sowing pn land that has been harrowed over aiidover to kill weeds brings best results Some have made andtooby cutting too soon and cutting should not be done until after the young suckers art well started from the crown tts a wellknown fact that a fruit tree will set more fruit thrfn It Is ca pable of supporting and bringing to perfection Prof Sandsten of the Wisconsin experiment station suggests that to aid nature In Its work grow Ors should take away the extra fruit The vitality of the tree is used up by the number of seeds it is permitted to ripen not by the size of the fruit It is readily seen that by re moving some of the fruit we conserve the fertility of the land as well as aid the trek to properly mature the remaining fruit A tree that has thus been thinned will bring forth more fruit in bushels than other trees and besides this the fruit from thinned trees Is superior in color size and quality Such thinning should not b done however until the natural drop of the fruit is over t Use system In you poultry manage anent if you want to know where you get off at and want to show a profit Brutality tpwards the cows cuts down the milk yield and robs a farm er of his profit Be sure your help is not abusing the faithful animals- A good ventilating system in the cow stable would prevent dampness and keep the hay from spoiling in the loft i The scientific farther has found that the hog gives beder returns when housed and fed in cleanly manner Fjlth never did ma or beast any good JJIn fattening chickens for market keep in theyrcannot see chickens at large and where dogs or cats cannot dis turb Fairly good work may be donewith poor tools but how much easier and better work could be done with good tools The best are inone too good for the farm Dead Sheep or Li vet Ones Teacher How many legs has a sheep John ny Johnny Deadj or alive Teac- herJs it not the same thing John nyOh no there ife a big difference A live sheep has four legs a dead sheep but two The others are shoulders The reason sows eat their pigs is in most cases due to the fact that they have been kept too much on one ration before the litter came Give- a variety of food especially during the last two months of the period ahd you will not be likely to have any trouble with the mothers eating their offspring Let quiet prevail in the stable at milking time Dont get the cow to stand over by giving her a kick or a jab with your fist Place your hand on her flanks and tell her to get over in a kindly voice Unless she is spoiled by brutality she WIll do It and do It willingly for she wants to get rid of the milk in her udder as badly as you want to get it Millet is good for the laying hens Beans are equally beneficial Sor ghum and broom corn seeds will do to add variety to the bill of fare Barley is about of the same merit Pop corn contains more nitrogen and phosphates than does the regular Indian corn Buckwheat is an eggproduc ing food but must be led sparingly as it is overfattenlng S The apple tree needs care like other fruit teles if It is gping to do well The old idea that once planted It should be able to care for Itself and g forth an abundance of fruit can no longer be maintained since such a method is neither economical nor businesslike Frult rees or whatever kind or nature need ak much or more care and attention throughout the sea son as any crop grown Mange Is easily cured and for this reason should never be permitted to exist among farm animals Ruboiloir tar one ounce and whale oii two ounces or one halt pound each of tar and sulphur and one pound eachXof soap and alcohol In all cases boil all blankets and treat with a strong solution of caustic potash all wood work harness brushes combs and whatever is possibly affected with the germs of mange Encourage the cats to stay around the barn by giving them a little milk night and morning The farmer who begrudges them a little milk at milk ing time Is stingier than the fellow who stopped the clock at night to save the wear and tear on the ma chinery The cats system needs milk when It Is catching and eating rats and mice If cats are given milk regularly at the barn there they will stay and where they stay you wont find many rats or mice No farmer can afford to raise grain at present prices and feed J to rats so be good to the cats The best ration for the beef herd Is not the best ration for the milch cows Cows about to calve should be fed on succulent food such as silage or roots bran oil meal and oats chop but omit the corn at this time Feeding grain of any kind just previous to or imme diately after calving Is not very good policy Keep the bowels in good con dition After calving feed a warm niosh and give warm water to drink for a week or ten days As soon as the cow has dropped the calf she should be watched carefully and after she has made its toilet remove the calf from her stall but keep it In sight until the milk conies In the udder when the calf should be allowed to suck t Rhubarb wanted for very early mar ket can be secured byV digging the roots with the first thaw Make a frame or open tjox four by six feet and 18 inches deep spread a load of fresh horse manure ofa the ground cover with earth to the depth of six inches and plant the roots Set the frame over them and bank to the top with earth and sawdust or sawdust all around cover with boards and sawdust or other litter allowing one or two holes for ventilation which should be covered in such a manner that no light can shine In In a short time the rhubarb will grow to the top of the box and will be a beautiful ink color By this method you can have rhubarb before that In the open ground has started to come up JIfIIJII fvr + i t ili l r i s ili IiNotice STOCKMEN 1 J2i I toeoeoeOeQe JeOepeoeoeoeoeo oeoeoeoe eoeoeoeooeoeaeo I J lIu AVE you thought of your Stock Advertising for this year 4 Its about time isntjt10f course you will want nice at ftractive printed matter the kind that will bring you bus f T JI ness We are prepared to do the work in a Satisfactory t lfmanner Give us a call 0 r 3l I Circularsrt b I fAT REASONABLE PRICESN mr eooneoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeaeoeooeoeoeoeoeoe oeoet1eoec c eoeoeoeoeoeoepeaeDeQeOeoeteQneQ11e enQeoeQeQeooe0 I t + The Springfield Sun ifIf it If a E a Ii IIH i I 1 r j i t The Louisville 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m 100 p m Bardstown 637 800It 220It iiI nlArrivesIIithhiflRiiIIufl lslliUuIi1ilhuHI iiflIIml1IIumh1itiIifhllmlatllnmfllulnhulilumlffh fHE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO t TRANSFERMONEY L i 18 BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE tFOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAQER r CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO r INCORPORATED THE BEST BUSINESS EARTH SCHOOLO- N The best school on earth is the one that gives the best course in the shortest time powtiqogvCLARKSand most uptodate system of Actual Practice Bookkeeping and Shorthand and places all graduates In good positions having many more calls than graduatISchool is in Session all the Year Individual Instruction and Enroll students any tfty Get full particulars from the editor of this paper or ReVi GranvilleW Ljrosi or write direct to the 1035 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky k y J 1 i r J J tTHESPRINGFIELD StYNWESNESDAY MARCH 31 1909 t flooaqoooooool Ji Personal Notes 2ttit Visitors in andOut ofTownA o Round Up of the Weeks 1 Personal News 1fJ QQo oonoa t f rMw P E Sullivan and daughters Lise Arwie andJane of LebI tIWended the funeral ot Mrs Fox pf tan vif5 nlle at St Rose on last Thursday V Mr E N Huncfley of Lebanon V was Herein business last week DrM W Hyatt was in Luuisyille iiBt week Tnty Attorney T S Mayes was in Fred rlcktown las weekin the in t terest of the bridge to be erected there T Mrs A L Jenkins of Cincinnati j ivisiting the family of Mr G D Dun J jian She was called home by the cfiti ntillness Of her mother t Mr and Mrs Byron Croake have I jeturned home from FJorjda where tlfcey spent thei winter IJ 7 l i Messrs T SMayes and J A Johnston Attended the horse sale in JLcbaritn Monday 4t iifeesrs 0 C Pace and John Wy 7 off of Lebanon yisited in Springfield lthe first of the week q4 4Zi v Mias Annie M Chord has returned iome after a VI itto the family of JJ4iadge Field of Crescent Hill and Miss r p Annie D Grundy of Louisville iV 1 iS Mrs W E Le chman has returned t kome after a two weeks visit to rela Ar 1iiyes in LouivilleVF r L Davison returned from tCOIESundayS night after a short ftiirisit to relatives there Mrs Su1 Hayes and Miss Lena jlayee of Hodgenville are the guest- s1lf f Rw Mr King and family vN fMri Moore of Taylorsville IlL is the jj feet of ier parents Mr and Mrs FTCoL 4jr l Mrs Fogarty Mr John Fogarty flIr Timoney two daughters and son c4Will koss and Mr Joe Ross Mr a xL1Im keMehan Mrs Fox of Dan viiie attended the funeral of Mrs Fox i4t week iMrWllt Stiles of Bardst wn was n Sp ngfied Monday I i r Mrs Virginia Thompson is visiting fler tti rMrT Scott May es 4 rlir Gbas Haydon of Louisville is 5f the guest of his brother Mr Leo Hay lbn rt Mr Jim Adams of Illinois was if wtllejd here Monday by the death of his mother Mrs W T Adams i rVrMrs Garland Thompson and chil iraiSv of Louisville are visiting friends kilrelatives here Mrs John L OftTattand d ughterI i fwiBkkJtnfleld are guests of her parC tamrm d Mrs J R Claybrooke efneartowq f Misses lucy arid Veola Brown have t returned home after spending a month t in Bloomfield with their sister Mrs Newel McClasky lc Mr Gregory Edelen spent Sunday iiLouisville I 4J 4Misses Fannie Smith Lilhe Simms i 2Eddie Shader and Margarite Hagan J Jiipent Sunday in Bloomfield with Miss t SmitfcB parents MrndMrs John R Smith s f Mr and Mrs W P Shehan are s 4fljthjJJ x Rev R L Purdom who has been L tu1nfor several days is improving 4 V MrsWW Ray and Mrs W T U i JicEiroy spentMonday with friends in Bloomfield jHr and Mrs 1 H Thurman and i Mrs E S Mayes Jr spent Monday in Lebanon 4 x MISS Louise Montgomery has re JJ ttrnedhome after a visit to Mr C A f Thompson and family of Louisyille b t Miss Fannie F Smith is visiting lifer sister Miss Della Smith of Louis f Tille Mrs J E Carrico of Holy Cross is the guest of her daughter Mrs G v T Clements 1 Btt Jennie Goodlpe and daughter Miss Virginia have returned from a Visit to relatives in Danville t Mr and Mrs Jeff Settle of Maud save been spending a few days with MrsHLizgie Durrett Mrs Dudley Tapp has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs James Carothers of Bardstown Col E L Davisen left this morn ing for Hendersonville N C Mr Dav 1rjsngoes on account of his health and The Sun hopes that In a short time he r JDaybe back in Springfield hale and Ikearty Mr and Mrs P S Barber are in r Nprth Carolina haying gone there on vjiaccount of Mrs Barber who is in ill heath Messrs W F Grigsby W A Waters C A Thompson G C Whar nand others attended the convention n Lebanon today i IIIDIIiIUIIIIU11Ii1iII11IIJl BHmmmn nmlJIlIltI 1I wifg1I iiiiDisplaYQf Entire Stock of Millinery i iII Will have on display a very beautiful line of I the latest Millinery Novelties il11 i I Miss Willie Knott i = IIi1J1u1nmlImtmlimIIJIIIIIDmnlmUluunum11111WIlICit Mr W p Claybrooke was in Dan ville on business the first of the week Mr J A Roby of Lebanon was in town yesterday MrH t JMcChord is the guest of the family ot Mr W T McElroyr Mr James McLaughlin who has been in the U S Navy for two years arrived yesterday to pay a yisit to his mother Mrs Lizzie McLaughlin Since his enlistment in the Navy Jim has made a trip around the world having been on the Battleship Vermont which was in the fleet under command of Ad miral Evans and later Admiral Sperry and which returned to the United States rkIableLaughlin will be here until Apnl21I GASBURG t Mr Neyitt has moved his saw mill he eand is doing some first class saw ing Rev Lancaster filled his regular ap pointment at Hardins Creek Baptist church Sunday A large crowd was present Mr Frank Miles is dangerously ill at the home of his sister Mrs Jas Kid well Dr W F Trusty and children of Springfield spent Sunday with Dr Wrights family We are glad that Mr Ed Hamilton has returned to our neighborhood Wear always glad to have back our old neighbors and talk of the happy times spent together The death angel visited the home of Mr Owen Mattingly of Loretto Sun day night and took therefrom the wife and mother She had been in ill health for some time and death came to release her from her suffering Funeral services were conducted Tuesday morning at Smocks Chapel after which interment occurred at that place She leaves a husband three children arid sister besides a host of friends to mourn their loss Tb them we exteriji condolence Mr Stanley Cabbel bf Lebanon was here Sunday afternoon 1oftire were Messrs TE Ballard Bu4 IIJSO Let us you our New line of Oil cloth Wall Lace Etc We just an to the in and in all and Lace a to from to the Can you in Wall a to Badgett Frank Keene and J C Ensor Dr S J Smock was in our midst one day last week Mrs Maggie Miles of ftaywick was called to the bedside of her son Frank Miles on last Wednesday Mrs Russell Corbett bias returned to her home near St Catharine Several from this place attended tPe funeral of Mrs Mattingly last Tues day We regret that Mr C S Smock and his estimable wife have moved to Leba non with the expectation of making that city their future home He was one ot Grsburgs most valuable and highly respected citizens Master Ben Kelly of was the guest of his uncle Will White Sunday Mr Tatum has moved to the farm formerly owned by C S Smock Prof Hi ncock of Lebanon will join him in a short Mr Abe Greenwell of Chicago WES the guest of Mr J L Ball Friday Little Henry Bessie andi Lucille Mc Clain visited their aunt Mrs Bettie Spalding Sunday afternoon TEXAS Mrs M E Drane is very ill at this writing Dr and Mis A Y Hatchett arrived hone Monday after several days visit to friends and relatives at Tatham Springs Messrs Adkinson and Burn of Indi SAN BREAKER TRIAL 216 14 Half brother to Needle Connor trial 209 Trotter brown stallion about 15J hands foaled 1903 5SAN MATEO 2125 2744 George Wilkes 518 222 Record 213 228 Sire of 83 dams of 198 Sire of 22 of138 dams of62L Black Jane by Mambrino ing May jnCUdjSIte Patchen 58 Abe 21O Dam of Rosa Wilkes Who Knows 218J etcf S ltan 1513 224 MOON ONE 228i j Sire of 52 damsof 60 Dam of 4 ontana Maid by George Wilkes 519 2 22 t UDam of Minnie Sim p I N twood 600 Z NUTBREAKER 2952 1ire of 174 dams of Record 224J I 820 rn JENNIE L tr of Nutbearer Bonny Doon by Aber Dam of Neddie 209J etc dams of deen 27 11areSIfterSan Breaker tr VICTOPIA BISMARK 1lre ot 31 dams of 29 2161 and sister Dam of Bassilea 22Th l by McDonalds to Bassilea227J andRescue 227J ambrino dhief SAN MATEO 21255 record 4 2131 sire of 22 including May Earl 2 10J trial trial 205 Silver Finch 115 J Abe 1 210 Who Kn ws 2 IIi Sally Reel 2 13i Dutchland 2 15i Alice and Pet r Parker 2118J etc son of Simmons 228 and Moonstone 228J dam of 4 by Sultan 224 second dam Montana Maid dam of Minnie Simmons 212 etc by George Wilkes Ldam of N ddie Connor trial 209 for which 2000 was refused in 1902 lister of Her dam Victoria Bis arck alsoi produced Rescue 2 27J 2952 record 224X sire of Nutbearer 209J winner of Roger Williams stake and Walnut Hall Cup 1902 Uosetta 211i Nutbreaker Jr 2 14and 24 others and the dam of Dulce Cor 208J et Hear Brook Currys Statement About This Horse Sanbreaker in condition is really a great show horse He is good gaited good headed dont pull dont hit loves company and is perfectly mannered He will race Jight where he has a trial has a perfect disposition in and out of the stall Over the road he4 is perfect afraid of notning easily controlled per fect manners and a nice smooth pliable horse in every way bred in thebest lines and should prove a good stock horse Brook Curry trained this horse last season and sent him the above trials He thinks he could have driven him in 212 He loves company and I regard him as game a horse as I ever drove Think him a great prospect over any kind of track SAN BREAKER will make the SEASON of J909 at the FaIr- Grounds at r- O INSURE A LIVING COLT Lam also prepared to handle horses Rates reasonable Your patronage solicited LBC1 Jd orriI t 0 LadiesWhat are You About 7 Spring Cleaning 7 7II r to J See our lines t ana were the guests of their uncle Mr C Adkinson recently Mrs F I Purdom is very low with consumption Mrs Effie Buck has returned to her home in Perryville after a visit to Mrs Leon Brads aw and the Misses iVhayne of this place Mr Eugene Campbell had the misj fortune to disl9cate his shOulder joint one day recency We are glad tore port him doing nicely Mrs Nancy Gocanougher of the Long Monday the 29th Her remains were interred in Bethlehem cemetery at 1130 oclock on Tuesday I morning March 30th fJ Are they in this tj Are they among the people with whom you associate Cj Are they with the neighbors and friends with whom you do business If so you want to know what Is happening in this community You want to know the goingsand comings of the peoplewith whom you associate the little news items of youx neighbors and friends now dont you That is what this paper gives you in every issue It is printed for that purpose It represents your interests and the interests of this town Is your name on our sub scription books If not you owe It to yourself to see that it is put there To do so Be To PENWILK Mrs Myrtle Smith and three children were the guests of her sisters Mrs Ella and Mrs Hattye Smith of Springfield Miss Ena Cheatham spent from Friday until Monday with her parents near MQoresville Mrs Hattye Milton and daughter and Miss Pearl Fenwick were the guests of Mr George Warren and family of Per ryville thelatter part ot last week Mrs Ella Montgomery and daughter were the guests ot her sister Mrs Myrtle Smith the first of the week Mrs W T Adams died at her home Mary Rose Janes the first of the week Misses Ethel and Verna Rogers visit ed Mrs J M Horan near Simmstown last week There is a great deal of sickness in our community Mr Jimmie Adams of Illinois was called to the bedside of his mother last Hume ot Mackville was the guest of MrJ E Harmon Saturday night Messrs Ed Fenwick and Will Begley were in our Mrs J R Davis arid daughter were at this place Friday Mr R B Graves and family Sunday with J E Graves and Mrs C W Adpms was iri Saturday afternoon i Mr John Harmon purchased some corn of J B Fenwick price unknown Messrs Marion and Sam Best were called to the bedside of their sister Mrs W Tj Adams of this place l Subscribe for The Sun 5LOO yeas The Sun and 150 A of sSituattd onihalf muss from Contains good LAND has eighty acres in grass and fifteen acres off good blue grass woods also a young or chard 50 acres of bottom land A bargain at 50 an acre t ft wt IjFREE COLUMN dieont1nuethe Th LebaionKyfor 15 pillilfte1Owants J K CBeatham SpruiRfiird kaa for sale a pair of nice mare n well broke Also a pair of nice J6fcf jHut Mrs B L Litsey hti for aleS q jB Leghorn eggs so Buff OriiM ton eggs from pen 100 for 16 Tea Nally Rt 2 haa for sate Jtfitt show Carpets Rugs Mattings Linoleums Floor Wf Paper curtains Portiers have received entirely IngralisAxminsterslarge Druggets Crex Tapestry Axminsters Mattings both China Japan curtains large assortment select cheapest best give anything Paper large stock select from Springfield timeS fSIMMONS 21flS ons212S 215Sire Hutchcraft217i JEN51E Bassilea22i7i NUTBREAKER Springlfield 20TO l BOHON r Thinking I 1Vdome See Us I r 1 before buying goodsi dyH veryill rs1RThompsonville Where Are Your Interests community Will Your Interest Montgomery pneuImoma weekProf vicmitjKjSunday spentI CourlerJournaU ITOI SALE FARM 2O3 AcrFourand Bardstown TOBACCO officeI SUISCRIiERS ofthisDscHbers rfaiJnInsertednothinrbut 5OcorI prices I13fcj5S IMrs C C Christie Lebanon Ri 3 has for sale pure bred singlfe comb brown Leghorn eggs 15 for 50c H S Litsey Rt 4 has for wile a lot of English Maple trees Mrs J I Martin Rt 1 has for sale S C Rhode Island Red kJrrom fl5fromSpringfieldbuforsetting Mrs R B Cregoir Rt 3 Lebanon Ky has forsale from thorough bred chickens S C Rhode d Rda and B P Rocks 50c for 15 Telephone A C Kimball Springfield has for sale White Plymouth Rock eggs 100 for 15 Mrs Ora Crume Maud Kyt hat 400 bushels of corn for sale H S Litsey Route 4 has for sale a good 3yearold mule Jack Sell worth the money TuckerRtlwfoxsalRhode of 15 Mrs W A Clements Rt 1huforIsale 10 purebred Black Minorca 100apieceS keySprinTimothy and 50 tons of Cloy r jaaiy W H Lea hman JRt 3 has for sakt whitereed corn Richard Riley Mackvilfe Rt 1 wants to farm a gOpd jack To stand near Willisburg W P Merntt Springfield his for sale Boone County White Seed Corn acrelastforgalealotHaying secured the Service of Mr Phillip Schenk an expert carriage painter I will open the old Cuy shop on Main Street and will be prepared to do all kinds Qf Carriage and painting in an uptodate atyte Sfr Schenk comes highly recommended ai an expert in his line Your patronage solicited Respectfully A C KIMBALL Slogans fREESesvjng Mchine runsligktcrtltaixazyotlier 61fREElasts longer titan any other mEEIis more beautiful ttan any otherV tfREC 1sleil vibratioji than any otherS 1bFREEi8yafer to operate tnan aiiy otter fREEmakes a more perfect rtitct titan anyotter 1fJinEEis the bet ofllcoziL Lined in one FREE SEWING MACJINECO CHICAGO s ILLINOIS 9 ROBERTSON CLATBROGK Cg iAgent SpringfielcLXy d rr