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FT r J lIeadOpet1 ugCbapters of POLLY OF THE CIRCUS on Page 3 Itjs Interestinffso Different to Other Stories Tell Your FrfehdAbouU iM 1i I t4 I rJU t ida1 rN i tq l if1 1 Pt I ii 13 Ir J DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS t OF WASHINTON COUNTY f J t i f I j 7 f Si I iLUIlEY SPRINGFIELD KY WEDIDI1JAPIlIL 14q NUMBER i J Z i DESTROYED BY FIRE Mr JWUI Thompson Loses Ills tIHouse Mcmday Morning t NoinsuranceV 11 Mr r J WilkiMnpson suffered the loss ofhishouseby fire Monday morn ingV The origin of the fire is not defi nitely known bit 4t is thought that sparks from the chimney lodged on the roof and were fanned into flames by the gale t jat was blowing at the time When discovered the entire upper story wMin flames Neighbors immediately came Vtx assist in fighting the flames but on account of the high wind headway could be made All handsI turned their attention to the saying of the furniture and nearly everything on the firgt floor was St ved Everything in the second story was lost Beside t the house the meathouse was also destroyed Mr Thompsons home was situated about five miles from town near Pleas ant Grove church Until February it was insured but at that time his insur ance ran out and be failed to renew so that His loss is a total one Mr and VMVStevie Thompson lived with Mr hbmBn and were also sufferers from the tir i ciVV1 Smallflrei Last night about 11 oclock1 the old frame shack on Wall street belonging tcx MattTruax was discovered to be on i fire The alarm was sounded at once and in I short time Chief Moore and the fire department were on the scene 7astrong fight to stop the progress of the flames Because of their efforts and the splendid water pressure it was only a short time until the fire was extinguished The origin of the fire is not known Until a few days ago the old building hadeen rented by Kirk Cheatham who ran a grocery in it but sipce Friday had been unoccupied It is open behind r and one would have had no trouble to gain anentrance It is also said that a partition in the rear part was almost torn away indicating that some one had been in there The fife looks as if it might nave been of incendiary origin The loss was covered by insurance The fire department again demonstrated that it can cope with the best of themit was remarkable with what celerity the fire was gotten under control by the fighters TEXAS We are gladto report Mrs JaWes Arnold mqch improved Mrs Lizzie Elliott and children of 4Stewat4 are yisiting her parents Mr and Mrs Sie Lawrence Mrs Phillips of Indiana is the guest of her son and daughter Mr W T Phillips and Mrs W C Rowe at this place VV Iris and Alyn Rowe are ill at this writiVMr H Gr Peterson and family returned from Cbicago lIt April 10th Tess Kimberliri colored died near here Thursday morning of typhoid fever VVDr D AT Crosby left Monday morn ing to visit his mother at Shelbyville Mrs Rosalena Donahoo has gone to Louisville to visit her sisters Mr Hamilton of Perry ville has moved his saw mill to the farm of Mr G W CocanougherV Mr Sam Wilson and sister Maude of Perryville were the guests of their Vcousinsbell Saturday and Sunday DrJ F Purdom of Louisville was the guest of his sister Mrs J B Pey ton last week The sale ot the household and kitchen furniture formerly belonging to Mrs Mary E Drane will be held at this place Saturday April 17th Mr and Mrs Bob Canary have returned to Springfield after an extended visit to relatives at this place JMrf and Mrs Dan West and children and Miss Betti Adkinson of Springfield werethe guests of Mrs C F Ad kinson Sunday Miss Willie Adjdnson has as her guests this week h rneices the little Mlse West of Springfield VVVp Horrible Death Harrodsburg Herald The body of John Rout was tound on the farm of A J = Rice near the banks of Dix river in Garrird county Monday morning The indications are that Mr Rout was pass ing bya burning tree which fell upon him holding him securely to the ground until all the tree had been consumed by the flames In this awful position In a secluded spot on the place where help was impossible and realizing his terrible fate Mr Routs body was burned into a crisp He was about 60 years of age His charred remains were found by A J Rice Jr who happened to be passing by It is possible that the awful accident occurred Saturday Coroner Cuts Down Body Hopkinsviile Ky April 11 After dangling fortysix hours from a dog wood tree in the Flat Lick country the body of Booker Brame lynched FriJday for attacking the Misses Gee near Pedee was cut down this morning byI Coroner James Allensworth coloredI Carrying with him a coffin the Coroner left here at 5 oclock this morning and at 11 oclock took the corpse down An inquest was held and the verdict was that Brame had come to his death by hanging at the hands of unknown parties The body was buried by Coroner Allensworth in the woods a short distance from the scene of the lynching HOME TALENT Successfully Present The Dan ger Signal at The Opera House Monday Night The comedy drama The Danger Sig nal was presented at the Opera Hou3e on Monday evening by local talent The play wag witnessed bya large audiencef which seemed to enjoy the performance and often manifested their ap proval ty applause Everyone in the cast took his or 1erI part very ac eptably indeed and inter preted their roles well showing that study and work had been given to it and that they had been well trained by Mrs G D Robertson Comparisons are invidious and as TheSun is not a theatrical critic it will not select any as bright particular stars but will say that all did what they were called upon to do to the satisfaction of theaudi ence Special mention should be made of the music furnished by the orchestra under the direction of Miss Katie Cam The members show 2d their musical versatility by playing not only popular airs but the more difficult classical music Those who took part in the play were Misses Mary Haydon Naomi Rogers Isa Colvin Nancye Simms Messrs Harry Krecker John Handy Wathen Simms Murray Floyd Ollie Barber W E Greene and AR Shultz The specialties were likewise greatly enjoyed and consisted of a duet by Emma Spalding and Donald Campbell entitled YoureJust the One for Me solos by Miss Mary Haydon entitled A Gypsy Maiden It little Miss Cathe rine Simms entitled Twinkle Twinkle Little Star and little Miss Elizabeth Spalding entitled Cuddle Up aLittle Closerand a quintette by Misses Mary Haydon and Isa Colvin Messrs Harry Krecker A R Shultz and Al bert NoonanVHow ToGeta Piano Cheap This office has in its possession vertising certificate which ajad owner to 75 in trade with tne Piano Company of Louisville Said certificate was secured by a Springfield lady who was a lucky winner in a Puzzle Contest recently conducted by the Louisville CourierJournal It is transferrable and is for sale at a bar gain to the finjt inquirer Fo further particulars call at this ofike VSunday Excursion The first excursion of the season will be run from Springfield to Louisville on next SundayApril 18 This is done in order that the people will be able to see the ball game between Louisville and Toledo The scheduled time is to leave Springfield at 715 a m arriving m Louisville at 935 a m Returning leave Louisville at 6 p m Round trip tickets 150 4VI Jt DEATH OF 1MR ORKIES Uncle Dutch OrkieS One of the Countys Oldest Citizens Died Sunday of Senility Mr Solomon Wilkerson Orkies better known asXJncle Dutch probably the odest man in this part ot the coun ty died Sunday afternoon about four oclock of senility Mr Orkies was about 88 years of age and was the fath er of fiye children who survive Mrs Dory Naljy Henry and Rbbt Orkies of this place John Orkies of Martins ville W Va and Ed Orkies of Owens boro Ky Mr Orkies was also the grandfather of twentythree children the great grandfather of children and the great great grandfather of four children most of whom reside in this couiity which had always been the home of Mr Orkies Funeral services were conducted Mon day motning at St Rose church the in terment occurring immediately after ward in St Rose cemeteryV Uncle Dutch was a unique character- in this community He was an old time and a very proficient blacksmith When he began hiS trade plows were made by hand and he made the first used in this county The iron gates at St Rose are also a piece of his handiwork and are as good today as when erected sixty years ago Up until shortly before his death he plied his trade and was very vigorous considering his advanced age He was a blunt plain spoken man but was a man of strong will and loyal to his friends Buried Treasure Is Unearthed Lexington KYJApril 9AVpt of money containing it is believed 8500 was found yesterday afternoon by wo workmen James and Leslie Cox while digging the foundation for a new cottage on a lot on Colfax street which their brotherinlaw J C Gooch bought for 116 recently The pot was an old fashioned iron cooking utensil and the money was in gold and silver coins They filled the pot nearly to the brim and were protected from the earth and dampness by a brass cover such IS ordinarily used on a cooking vessel ot that kind On top of the heap of coins was a slip of faded paper on which was written in ink the figures 8500 the paper con taming no other writing The finders were of course much excited by their rich haul It was agreed among them that the finders shall have twothirds of the money and Mr Gooch onethird as it is not believed any ther claimant will appearIThe spot where the pot was found was on the south side of Colfax street On this Col C L Dewitt a veteran of the Civil War built a shanty soon after the war and lived there for about thirty years He drew regularly a good pen sion from the United States Govern ment and lived alone amid squalid sur roundings anr1was considered miser He died about ten years ago and to the surprise of VhS neignbors apparently left no estate save the hut and he little lot on which it stood As no rlative appeared the lot was sold by order of the court about two weeks ago and was bought by Mr Gooch who is a real es tate speculator for 116 The pur chaser decided to improve the property so it could be rented and had taken down the old shanty to build a new cot tage The Cox brothers were doing the work and while digging a hole for a post as a foundation they struck the pot about two teet below the surface They pried off the top and seeing it wan fined with money hastily pulled it out and hurriedly sent for their sister Mrs Gooch Later Mr Gooch was taken intothe precious secret and the division agreed on flowers and Plants I will be in Springfield county court day with flowers and plahthU GEO R MATTINGLY frightful Fate Averted Ilurwould have been a cripple for life from a terrible cut on my knee cap writes Frank Disberry Kelnher Mimi without Bucklens Arnica Salve which soon cured me Infallible for wounds cuts and bruises it soon cures Burns Scalds Old Sores Boils Skin Eruptions HaydonRobertsons J CV Childrens Hospital t lLou Ky April 12 J909The Childrens Free Hospital located mi Louisville is making an appeal to the people cf the State for monetary aid for the erection of a new and more commodious building It has been found that the present hospital is wholly inadequate in point ot size to accomodate the number of chil dren for whom application is made for medical arid surgical attention The ef forts of all interested in the SICK and crippled children of the poor are direc to ways and means of obtaining money to pay for the proposed building which practically doubles the capacity of the present one The Childrens Free Hospital since its bginnigVhas been supported by the people of Louis yule but as the hospital does a state wide work and hundreds of Kentucky children who otherwise might have died or lived hopeless crippled lives have received here the most scientific and especial care it does not seem un fair that contributions from the people of the State at large be asked to fur ther and enlarge this work The cost of the new building will approximate 55000 Of this amount 15000 remain to be secured May this appeal be published in your paper with the request that cpntributions be sent either in your care or directly to the Chairman of the Committee on State Aid This hospital also offers a free thor ough and superior three years course in training Women desiring to make nursing a vocation may apply to Miss Wilson Superintendent of the Hospital- V ry Truly Mrs C B Semple 309 Wet Main St Louisville Ky EASTER SERVICES Held at the Different Churches Sunday targe Congrega fti n at St Rose Special Easterr services were held at the different local churches Sunday The different places of worship were tastefully decorated with flowers and plants and beautiful musical programs were rendered Beautiful and historic old St Rose celebrated the day as has been its wont It was likewise lavishly decorated while the music arranged especially forth occasion was so rendered as to leave sweet and holy thoughts with those who heard it5LS usual a large crowd was oIfposedofpeople members ot the congregationV HARDESTY MissesMarthaguests of Mr and Mrs J E Goatley- of Valley Hill Saturday night and Sun dayIMisses Texie and Lucy Barlow spent Sunday with Miss Jane Cheser Mr Solomon Kavs wife and children spent Sunday with the latter rs parents Mr and Mrs H P Cheser Mr J R Gray spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrf Ezra Hawkins of Sparrow r Mr John Crow and family of Hills boro spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Hence Scott of Polin Mr Minor Sutherland spent Thursday at the home of Mr J H4 Gray Mr and Mrs Hence Scott who have been confined to their rooms for some time are flcr in able to be out werrethepleasant fnidsttMrs Eliza Mitchell spent several days last week with her daughter Mrs Bruce Williams of Mooresville who is very ill Messrs R 1and Ed Gray wre m your town Saturday afternoon MrsS G Hardesty called on Mrs J H Grdy Wednesday afternoon Mr T J Trent and family spent Sun day with Mr Ehc Yates of Mooresville Mr Rufus Goodlett wife and little son spent Thursday night with Mr M L Troutman of Maud Mrs Minor Sutherland of Wilhsburg spent Thursday with Mrs T J Trent MIss OllIe Gray has opened up her beautiful line ot millinerv goods at Polin SHe invites eyery one to call and see them KentuckyStar Flour Best made TryKentuckyStarFiour Sergpbd1 J ST1TEf INTERESTED In Commercial Convention Which Meets In Louisville April 23 I Much interesttls being taken in this+ county in the commercial convention which will meet in Louisville Friday af ternoon April 23 The meeting has been called by the Louisville Commer cial Club and is to bring together rep resentatjves of every county of the State The meetjng will be held jn tfie Red Room of th Seelbach Hotel and will be followed that evening bv a ban quet given by the Commercial Club The delegates to the convention will be extended the freedom of the Soutlierh Electrical and Industrial Exposition Whose gates will be open at that time Every county judge and commercial organization in the State has received a copy of the call sent out by the Commercial Club which asks that delegates be appointed from every county At least 100 counties will be represented it is expected and the gathering will therefore be the most representative since the last State Development Con vention ft is to be a get together meeting and one which will for the first time put down in permanent form the resources and needs of each county in Kentucky Delegates are to be asked to furnish that information and it will be collated and put to use later on It is certain that every county represented will receive considerable benefit from the meetingVMcChordIlurtV Marion Falcon The wedding of Miss Laura Harlan McChord and MrV William Fairleigh Hurt at the Second Presbyterian church Wednesday evening at eight oclock was a most brilliant affair The friends gathered early to hear the selected mu sical program given by George Lati mer Jr The bridal party entered the church to the strains of the Lohen grin wedding march the ushers Messrs P K McElroy and John Mc Chord Jr of this city and the grooms men Messrs D S Banks of Hender son James Knox of Lewisport George Fuqua and Hamilton Alexander of Owensboro preceding in twos The bridesmaids Misses Margaret McChord of Louisville Sarah Hurt of Owens boro and Katherine Rash of Win empiregownscame the maid of honor Miss Virginia Lisle similarly attired and wearing the short white veil The matron of honor Mrs James Elliott wearing a pink em pire gown and carrying pink Bride roses preceded the bride The dainty sweet bride came in Alone and was beautiful in white duchess satin with a touch of real lace ana the long white veil fastened with a Spray of orange blossoms She was met at the altar by the groom on the arm of his bestman Mr Charles H McChord There under the marriage bell covered with white roses Dr A S Moffett pronounced the short impressive ceremony that for ever blended their hearts lives and des times After a small reception at the home of the bride Mr and Mrs Hurt left on the night train for a trip South after which they will be at home toII their friends in Owensboro INegro Killed I A negro known asICBlly the Kid was shot and killed in Lebanon hy Night Officer Carniody It is said that the officer had notified spme negroes who were holding a dance that it was Sunday morning and that the dancipg would have to be discontinued upon Billy the Kid started after him with a knife when the officer shot in self defense The negro who was killed is said to have been a bad character tMaI7YsJrs 6 Springfield 2 The second team of St Marys Cpl lege played the SpringfieldJuniors Monday afternoon at High School Park and defeated them by the score of 6 to 2 St Marys had evidently had more practice and knew more of the game than the home boys hence theirVictory Springfield was somewhat stronger with the hickory but the St Marys team out fielde tjiem and were muchfaster on the bases I L4L How The Fishing Fever G me P Bentztown Bard mBaltimore Sun Symptom onea lazy feeling the bones and body stealing IWhenOut of doors and fish are biting 11ISymptom three the same old lazy Yawny feeling seta you crazy Buried deep in lifes distraction Ledger daybook bills and f atiotWhen you know the crick is fine And youre dreaming hook and line Symptom fourthe same thing overSStretch awhile then smellm clover Thinking of catkins swaying glossy And of ferny banks and mossy Where the river sings and skimmers And the warm sunshine glimmers Symptom fivejust lik1e the others IWhenWith its honeyed days of joyhoodt I Fishing fever comes so funny That we say Who cares for money T Lets put off our care and sorrow And our business till tomorrow tJ tiThrou I J Thats the feversures your born tMakesupHunting fICant resist itaint it fine 1 1 Only way to cure its this way Take the nld down to bliss way Down to lane s where Mister Robin Sit upon a cedar bobbin And you cOple back tQ your duty tChocked up to your chin with beauty Dont resist it Better catch itl Nothinin the world can match it IIFor old downrIght purifyin Of lifes turmoil and its tryin Are you ready Lets awayV j Back to boyhood land today ORIGINALDOCUMENTS rfIf i In the Trial of Aaron Burr WiN I on Vt Exhibition at The Alaska piv YukonPacific IxpositioiI Seattle Washington April127Th rf original documents in the trial of AaroaV t Burr for treason which haye been a part of the records of the federal court at Richmond Va since 1807 will beL isent to Seattle as apart of the exhibit r to be made by the United Stat J ntpartment of Justice at Washington at f the Alaska YukonPacific Exposition this summer So valuable are these documents that they are kept in a Vault in the Rich intrustedIThe papershaye remained in the un disturbed possession of the federal J courts since 1807 the trial havingtakedF place in the summer of that year Dig nified with dust and yellowed by th willIremoved from their resting place and shipped to Seattle for atSthe fair1fThey comprise in all sixty separateUj exhibits among Which are the original f indictment against Burr for teasorSthe bench warrant issued by Chief Jus fr tice John Marshall the affidavit 6l I Aaron Burr requiring the letter from General Wilkinson to the President dated Nov 12 1806 to be produced uwell as the memorandum of the court tor the subpoena duces tecum for Pre ident Thomas Jefferson and a subpoena duces tecum to Thomas Jefferson faquiring him to produce certain core 44SSspondenceThe documents include the affidavit df Edward Hale concerning certain statements made by Luther Martin ex attorney general of Maryland applica tion fora writ of habeas corpus for Aaron Burr application to the govern oIof Virginid requesting the use ofcer tain public buildings such as a jail and others and many other documents of a similar nature y f VThe documents will be given a prom nent place in the display to be madeiat Seattle by the Department of Justice iiI It Its aTop Notch Doer t 7 Great deeds compel regard Thm World crowns its doer Thaftg why tHJAmerican people have crowned Dri jKings New Discovery King ott 4 Throat and Lung remedies Every atom is a health force It kills germs and colds and la grippe vanish It heals jl coughracked membranes and coughing stops Sore inflamed tubes L and lungs are cured and hemOrrhsgoarcease Dr4 Geo More fC writes it cUred xneof lung trou ble pronounced hopeless by all doctors 50c 100 Trial bottlefreei Gu rthteed by Hayden Robertson i r 70 Z t J f ti THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WES ESDAV APRIL i4ff9O9 t l1 r KJ Goods e- 9Others j t IL 0 f I i v Marion County Fajcon A representative of the State Board oi Health was in Lebanon Wednesday to inspect some diseased horsesand mules Two that were to have Glanders were killedfoundI the order hap been issued to l two more This is a most dangerous and contageous disease not only to animals but to human beings The I J H Christie has been qu rantinedj The Federal authorities have been notir fled with the expectation that they will send a Veterinary who thoroughly understands this disease j 4 A meeting of the directors of the t Proctor Kriott Chautauqua Associationr was held at the insurance office of Mr W W Rubel Wednesday afternoon tMr Proctor IC McElroy was unani trlot ly elected Secretary of the Asso ciation No better selection could have been made for this important positron Mr Harry Gilkerson was selected as financial collector and will make a good l one The dates for the Chautauqua this year are July 28 to August 7 A splen did program has been arranged and even at this early date great interest isr being manifested in the approaching sessInThe lighting of the grounds will be even better this year thanJat previous sessions and the already beau tifui grounds made more beautiful f yearst5of age died at residence on West Main street Saturday at noon follow ing an attack of apoplexy Mr Caskey was to all appearances in good health D t fa H sEEDS that morning and was watching one of his sons plowing ida garden close to his home when he was seen to stagger He was removed to his home when he died two hours later Leader Mr and Mrs E N have filed suit against Mr HundleyI George R Burks in the Court The former allege that they recently purchased the home and other property of the latter and Mrs Burks refuses to sign the deed to same The plaintiffs pray for a specific performance of contract and general warrantee deed and in event the court does not require defendants to make a deed then they pay 5000 dama esIBetter Be ibarefuU The postal authorities at Washing ton recognizing thfe liability of post masters to make mistakes in getting a p on persons mail out of the office other than their own and not returnih it at once This Ilawalso includes newspapers The excuse at it IS the postmasters fault makes no difference If you have been getting other peoples mail you hadbdt ter take warning or yox may get yodr t self into trouble Healing Salve for Burns Chapped Hands lA and Sore Nippier As a healing salve for burns sores sore nipples and chapped hands Cham berlains Salve is most excellent It al j lays the pain of a burn almost instant ly ana unless the Injury is very severe heals the p rts without leaving a scar Price 25 cents For sale by The Leo Haydon Drug Co GOLD MEDAL FIELD SEEDS THE SUREGROWING KIND Are a safe proposition for us because we can buy them under a guarantee that any shipment found to be unsatisfactory can be returned at the shippers expense That means no chance of our having poor seeds instock Doesnt that make GOLD MEDAL SEEDS a pretty good proposition for you rJs Ky f i ysi We are showing a stock of merchandise that will appeal to the tastes of the most goingtowhat we advertise Read prices below s s r s ClothingT- hat will Suit Everyone Hart Schaffner Marx Suits for Men the KverySuit1800 to 3000 The WELLWORTH Brand for Men This make is appropriately natpedas 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 extreme and nobbiest Sine manufactured for young men Young menmust see them to appreciate them 1500 to 2500 it A Seinsheimer Cos Perfection Suits for Boys and Children They are perfect in fit and workmanship Boys from 750 to 15 Chit rens from 250 to 9 Visit our cloth- Ing apartment before buying I MENS FURNISHINGS Monarch and Geo P Ides Shirts SI to 2 Furg jrsonMcKinna Shirts v50c to 1 Ha f hose in all New Shades Neckwear in all Styles and r rices Suspender Gloves and Underwear We our Patrons Patronage promise them Fair in 1 Cunningham Duncan Company Springfield Ky fixedi WillisburgV Hogwallow News J Hogwallow Kentuckian Tobe Mosely had such hard hill Thursday it started his watch to un ningMiss Flutie B21 her is trying to1 de jiththreeSince the nights have grown warmer Washington Hocks sleeps with his whis kers out from the Covers Isaac Hellwanger met man on Mus ket Ridge Tuesday that he had not seen in twentyfive years The stranger at Nervous BreakDown Nerve energy is the force that controls the or gans of respiration cir culation digestion and elimination When you feel weak nervous irritable sick it is often be causerI energy and the process of rebuilding and- interfered sustain ing life is with Dr Miles Nervine has cured thousands of such cases and will we believe benefit if not entirely cure you it My neryous system gave away completely and left me on the verge of the grave tried skilled physicians but got no relief I got so badI had to give up wy business I began taking Dr Miles Restorative In a few days I was much better and I continued to Improve until entirely cured I am In business again and never miss an opportunity to recommend this- remedytfMUS Vf CreekOregon Your druggist sells Dr Miles Nerv ine and we him to return of first bottle only falls to benefit you Miles Medical COt Elkhart Ind r SHOES Mans Womens and Childrens Shots and OxfordsI Florsheims Shoes and Oxfords for Men 4 and 5 W L Douglas Cos Shoes and Oxfords for men250 3 350 and 4 KirppendorfDittman Shoes and Oxfords for Women200 to 400 Sinbark Shoes and Oxfords for Misses ShoesonStSTWe have all the above in Patent Gun Metal Tan and Oxblood Womens Furnishings v Novelties in Belts15c to 150 Novelties in Collars 5 to 50 cents Novelties in Beltings and Belt Buckles Full of Fabric and Kid Gloves Shirt Waists Muslin Underwear Neckwear and Ruchings Dress Goods Dress Goods in all the new Weaves and Colorings in Taffetas Panamas Ghtvions Milrosi Batisti Fancies thank for and the A a a t Try I permanent L If It once recognized Isaac by his hatiDock Hocks and wife have issued statement that they have parted As aI supplement to this joint statement Dock has issued notice to the effect that he will not many any more soon Ifrisby Hancock passed through Hog today en route to Rye Straw after the doctor for his wife He was driving his ox team and expects to be back through here about next Thursday with the doctor upIfor a patent medicine It will be ready for the press within ten days She gave authority to state that it would be rs Slogans bGc FREE Sewing Machine runs lighter than any otter E- lastslonger than any other- 0fFREEis more beautiful tnan otherir PFREE has less vibration than any other I FREE t is easier to operate than any other FREEmakes a more perfect stitch than any other FREE is the best of all combined in one FREE SEWING MACHINE CO CHICAGO n ILLINOIS ROBERTSON CLAYBROOK CO Agent Springfield Ky Carpets Wall Paper Lace Curtains Axminsters 115 Velvets 90c to 1 Brussclls i 85c to 1 Ingrains3734 50 60 and 7 cents Sultanas 30 and 37 IrGranites 25 cents Hemps 12 In cents Five Hundred pairs LaceLurtains 50c to6 r 10000 Rolls Wall Paper4 to 25 cents This department is decidedly stronger than any other in town Wash Goods Department 36 inch Perches 8 IOI24and 15 cents Dress Ginghams 8 iQ I2 I and 15 cents French Ginghams 20 2537Y2 and 50 cents Batiste and Lawns 5 to 15 cents Linen Suitings 15 20 25 35 and 50 cents Mercerized Fabrics in all the new effects i2 L to 50 cents and Friends past and Liberal Jfeatment Future r = From under Nervine Stock by far the best one she has ever writ ten and she has already refused an offer of four oottles of medicine for it Sim Flinders has spent the past week SUEIPiCiOwas hitched to at the Dog Hill church l last Sunday As yet he has no clue though he has asked a dozen or more- men if they stole the animal He be lieves the crime was commited by a member of some other church as no I body got up and left the congregation while the sermon was going on All Alone CourierJournal Little Katherine jourItrip from Hodgenville which is the cap ital of Larue county to Washington the capital of all the United States She is travelingalone and is as self reliant a young lady as any of hert age you ever saw and a good deal more self reliant than most of them are a little later on She is the daughter of Rogers Gore who is Secretar to Ben t011Vlshington was to go to school School in Hodgenville even Lincolntmonotonous as it does anywhere elseIthough and so Katherine decided mterIestingShe bought her ticket to Louisville getting here Monday and after being met by her relatives was put aboard ai flyer bound for Washington And its a IQOtol shot if the odds can be post ed now that the Racing Commission iss no more that shell land safe and in good order For Constipation Mr L H Farnham a prominent druggist of Spirit Lake Iowa says Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets are certainly the best thing on the market for constipation Give these tablets a trial You are certain to find them agreeable and pleasant in effect Price 25 cents Samples free For sale by The Leo Haydon Drug Co jRheumatism More than nine out of every ten cases of rheumatism ate simply rheumatism of the muscles due to cold or damp or chrbnicxrheumatism In such cases no internal treatment is required The free application of Chamberlains Lini tertarnand see for yourself hdw quickly it re medicines matism are poisonous or strong medicines are worse than useless in cases of chronic and muscular rheu HaydonDrug How to Cure I Indigestion t TWell Known FamIly PbyskiaiQlyMQMd Advice ordlnU1toad 4 he has heartburn sick headache gap on the stomach water brash belches 1sour food and this condition has contin ued for a week or more It certainly is time to do something and do it quickly c recenUyIknow youll have dyspepsia if you dont said he quickest and best way to regain IThenormal condition is to step into the store and buy a 50c bottle of Dr Syrup Pepsin It glvats natural daily movements to the bowels and theIPostmaster Rldgill of Brucevillt Tex QyspepsJethatseemed almost paralyzed but a few doeea of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin relieved him and today he is well as ever Maude Han Alpena Mich says that one bottle cured her of a very severe case of indigestion A L Esplch Chief of Police New Philadelphia Ohio says I find Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsin the best remedy for indigestion I ever used I would not be without it Rev A J Fletcher Ruther ford Tenn Is now 80 and yet it cured him of stomach trouble of 60 years stand ing Mrs Mattie Crouch TJptbnyUIe Tenn cured her five months old baby ot Indigestion with It so you see that while it is so effective it will cure easel of long standing of dyspepsia and constipation In old people it Is perfectly safe for babies and it Is pleasant to take and does not pain or gripesAll druggists sell it at BOc ant l0per bottle PepSin Syrup co l7 CaM tsendnot used Jt and will give it a fair triaL 2f For ttla bz The Rod CroM Drug Stort I 4 a zr I I R THE SPRINGFIELDy SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL I 4 1909 3 1Here is a circus romance red ofCv rin j the r anf clamor of the band pan p ramie in its ever moviiig display V of clowns acrobmts hordes and captive wild animals You will read 6foUy the daughter of the cYc s and of Bingo on ofMheHfuwer Jim the boss canvas minand Toby the clown who loved the circus orphan and cared for her like father ahd mother i of Deacon Strong who hateda circus and of RevfJo n j Douglas who grew to love a cir i cas girl You will readof gos sip that threatened to divide a i pastor and his flock of Ruth and Naomi of a show girls re firsttandcircus horse CHAPTER tk band of the Great American 1rHE us was playing noisily performances was in full Beside a shabby trunk in the wo mens dressing tent sat a young wist iul faced girl chin in hand unheeding the shatter Of the women about her f or the picturesque disarray of the sur rounding objects Her eyes had been andtlriselnothing unusual In a picture that i might hkve held a painter spellbound Circling the inside of the tent and forming a double line down the center were pu tinny unpacked trunks belch Sing fort i impudent masses of satins laces artificial hair paper flowers and paste jewels The spent of moist earth mingled oddly with the perfumed odors of the garments heaped on the grass Here and there high circles of flights threw a strong steady glare upon the half clad figure of a robust acrobat or the thin drooping shoulders Temporaryiother were laden with bright colored Blockings gaudy spangled gowns or dusty street clothes discarded by the performers before slipping into their nailsorahooks so hats and veils were Inncd- to he canvas walls The furniture was limited to one Scamp chair in front of each trunk the till of which served as a tray for the paints powders and other essentials makeupA water stood by the side of each chair so that the performers j fjn tic uO7rica drc llna tent stit u young wiful faced girl v Smlght wash the delicately shaded tights handkerchiefs and other small articles not to be Intrusted to the slow careless process of the village laundry Some of these had beer washed tonight and hung to dry on the lines between the dusty street gar mentsWomen whose turns came late sat about half clothed reading crocheting or sawing while others added pen died eyebrows powder or rouge to their already exaggerated makeup Here and there a child was putting her sawdust baby to sleep In the till of her trunk before beginning her part lif the evenings entertainment Ioun and old went about their duties with a9 tsystematic businesslike air and even the little knot of excited women near Pplly It seemed that one of the men l fit t 4i ri r r iLLfrcithe II ctJBY AkT AYO LCOPYRIGHT 1908 BY DODD MEA AND COMPANY had upset a circus traditionkept a sharp lookout for thelrlurus What do you think about It Polly asked a handsome brunette as she surveyed herself In the costume of a Roman charioteer a About what asked Polly vacIith Leave Poll alone Shes in one of her trances called a motherly gopd natured woman whose trunk stood next to Pollys and whos business daugqtersuratively and literally Well Iarnt in any trance answer ed the dark girl and I think Its pret ty tough for him to take up with a rank outsider and expect us to warm onqofhead the pride of class distinction welling high in her ample bosom i He aint askin us to warm up to JalejlIghtlate and was rfmking undignified ef forts to get out pf her clo hes by way of her head She was Pollys under starlplaceWell Barker has put her Into the leap of Ideath stunt aint 001 con tinued the brunette Course that ainta regular circus actshe added somewhat mollified and so far shes had to dress with the freaks but the rlnginllhertin her In to dress with us uNo danger of that sneered the blond Barker is too old a stager to mix up his sheep and his goats Polly had again lost the thread of the conversation Her mind had gone roving to the night when the fright ened girl about whom they were talk ing bad made her first appearance in the circus lot Ringing timidly to the hand of the man who had just made her his wife Her eyes had met Pol j lys with a look of appeal that had slmpleilenrfw thene comer had allowed herself to be strapped into the cumbersome leap of cathImachine which hurled itself t irough flungitselfthe neckif any unskilled rider Courage and stead nerve were them regui sites for the job so the hadbsaid but any physician woul have told him that only a trained a robat could long endure the nervous strain the muscular tension and tie physical rack of siich an ordeal What matter The few dollars earned in this way would mean a great deal to the mother whom the girls marriage had left desolate Polly had looked on hungrily the night that the mother hnqi taken the daughter in her arms to say farewell In the little country town where the circus had played before her marriage She could remember no womans arms about her for it was fourteen years since tender hands had carried her mother from the performers tent into the moonlit lot fo die The baby was 1so used to seeing mumsle throw her com1Ingwomans as usual that night and gazed laughingly Into the sightless eyes gurgling and unresponjthose who watched but no word was spoken Clown Toby and the big boss can vasman Jim had always taken turns amtising and guarding little Polly SoInow side of the lot and Jim bore the lifeless body pf the mother to the distant ticket wngjon now closed for the night and laid itupon the sellers cot Itsallus like this In the end he murmured as he drew a piece of can vas over the white face qnd turned away to giVe orders to the men who propsIstrong arms that lifted litwnsJlm a Polly close to his stal and climbed with her to the high scat on the head wagon Un7 cle Toby was intrusted with the brown satchel In which the mother had ajv ways carried Pollys scanty wardrobe It seemed to these two men that the eyes of the woman were flied steadily upon them Barker the manager a large nois good naturtd fellow at first mumbled something about the kid being excess nlrIwas already under the hypnotic spell of the babys round confiding eyes and he eventually contented himself with an occasional reprimand to Toby who was now sometimes late on his cues Polly wondered at these times why the old mans stories were so sud deuly cut short just as she was so comfy in the soft grass at his feet The boys who used to loot sharp because of their boss at loadIng time toilersha long at iIt Gourd for tthc kid It was Polly who had dubbed jig Jim Muvvor and thexsobriquet had stUQk4to him in spite of his six feet two and shoulders that an athlete might have envied Little by little Toby grew more stooped and thebrownish nlybealllCther of the men would willingly have emptinessIt the cir cus when Polly first managed to climb up on the pole of an unhitched wagon and from there Ito the back of a friend DANCED SERENELY BINGOS rly Shetland pony Jim and Toby hadI been neglactiu her eddi aUon they declared and from that time on the blood of Polly1 was given full encouragement Barker was quick to grasp the ad vantage of adding the kid to dally parade She made her first ance In the streets uijon somethingI very like a Newfoundland dg guard ed from the rear by Jim and from the fore by a white faced clown who was thought to be all the fuuniei because he twisted Ills neck so much From the street parade to Pollys first Appearance In the big top had seemed a short while to Jim and Toby They were to see her circling the ring In bright colors and to hear the cheers of the people but sense of loss was upon them I always said shed do it cried Darker who took upon himself the credit of Pollys triumph And what a triumph it was Polly danced as serenely on Bingos back ffs she might have done on the concert boards She swayed gracefully with the music Iler tiny sandals twinkled as she stood first upon otberI the of loading of the wagons to take care of Itself while he hovered near the en trance anxious and breathless The performers crowded around the girl with outstretched hands and congratulations as she came out of the ring to cheers and applause But Big Tim stood apart He whs thinking of the buttons that his lum sy fingers uses to force into the stiff starchy holes too small for them and of the pigtails so stubborn at thc ends Qnd Toby was remembering the little shoes that had once needed to be laced in the cold dark mornings and the strings that were always snapping Something bud gone t They were not philosophers to rea son like Emerson that for everything- we lose we gain something They were simple souls these two they could only feel CHAPTER II dreSslngw lot outside opening and shutting a small leather bag which he had botfght for her that day He was as blind to the pictureSque outdoor life as she to her Indoor surroundings for he too ttnd been with the circus since his earliest recollection drwagons The great red property vans j were waiting to be loaded with the costumes and fickle which were con Btantly being brought from the big top where the evening performance- was now going on The gay striped curtains at the rear of the tent were looped buck to give air to the panting musicians who sat just inside Through the opening a glimpse of the audience might be had tier upon tier fanning and shifting uneasily Near the main tent stood the long low dressing top with the woven performers stowed away In one end the ring horses in the center and the men performers in the other end A temporary curtain was hung be tween the main and the dressing tent to shut out the curious mob that tried- to peep In at the back lot for a glimpse of things not to be seen In f the ring Colored streamers fastened to the roofs of the tents waved arid floated in the night air and beckoned to the townspeople on the other side to make haste to get their places forget their Cares and be children again Over the tops of the tents the lurid intothe POLLY ON BACK ancestor the a now the peanut butchers the popcornI boys the lemonade venders exhortations of the sideshow spieler whose flying banners bore the painted andIhoops stake pullers or other proper ties necessary to the Torches flamed at tlshowIwhile oil lamps and lanterns save light for the loading of the wagons There was a constant stream of Ufel shooting In and out from the dressing tent to thei deckedbmen women land animals came or went V Drowsy dogs were stretch d under the wagons waiting their turn to be dressed as lions Or bears The wise old goose with his modest gray mate pecked at the green grass or turned watchingthepainted carcass and long neck of the Imitation giraffe from which two prop Igs8t1JIAmbitions cahvasuien and grooms were exercising feet In sir in the performersminutes sleep In the soft warm grass white they waited for more tackle to load In the wagons Children of the tentropesthe Shetland ponies awaiting their en trance to the ring shrieks of the hyenas In the distant animal tent the trumpetIngincessant clamor of the band And bad of all this pointing upward in mot protest rose a solemn church spit white and majestic against a vast panorama of blue moonlit Hills plcttircJImchurch as he sat fumbling with the lock of the little brown satchel He had gone from store to store In tho various towns where they had played looking for soriiethirtg to in spire wonder In the heart of a miss newly arrived at her sixteenth yonr Only the desperation of h last moment had forced him to decide upon the Imi tation alligator ban which he now held In his hand It looked small and mean to him as the moment of presentation approach ed and he was glad that the sal soman In the little country store had suggested the addition of ribbons and laces which he now drew from the pocket of h s corduroys He placed his redandblu- treasures very care fully In the bottom of the satchel and remembered with regret the strand of roral beads which ho had so nearly bought to go with them i t J He opened the large property trunk by leis side and took from ita laundry box which held a little tan coat that was to be Tobys contribution to the birthday surprise He was big hearted enough to be glad that Tobys gift seemed fine and m6re useful than his It was only when the leap of death act preceding Pollys turn was announced that the big fe low gave up feasting his eyes on the satchel and coat and hid them away in the big property trunk She would be out in minute and these wonders were not tobe revealed tp her until the close of the nights performance Jim put pwni1Ie lid of the trunk Drmlnaltiefrom PollY Ifls consciousness ofguilt was In crejised as he recalled how often she had forbidden Toby and himself to rush into reckless extravagances for lice sake and how she had been more nearly angry than he had ever her when they hqd put their m seenI salaries togeth r to buy her the gled dress for her first appearance It had taken a treat many apologies and promises as toi then future behavior to calm her and now they hadiagain disobeyed her It would be a great relief when tonights ordeal was over Jim watched Polly uneasily as she came from the dressing tent atid stop ped to gaze at the nearby church stee- P Ie The incongruity of the slang that soon cane from her delicately formed lips was lost upon him as she turned her eyes toward himISay Jim she said with awestern drawl thems a funny lot of guys what goes to them church places aint they 1 V Most everybody has got some kind of a bug Jim assented I guess they dont do mucl harm Member the time you took me Into one of them places to get me outa the rain the Sunday our Wagon broke down 1 Well that bunch we butted into wouldnt a give Sells Bros no cause for worry with that show a theirn would they Jim 1 She looked at him with withering disgust Say wasnt that the punkiest stunt that fellow In black was doin on the plat form You said Joe was onlyten min utes gettin the tire on to our wheel but say you take it from me Jim had to wait anothe1 ten minutes IfIII VrldinY as that one Id be too old to Jim lowed some churchshows butbPolly said he could have her end of the bet and summed up by declaring It no wonder that the yaps in these towns is daffyabout circuses IQ they 4 dont have nothln bcttSran church shows to go to i One og thegrooms was etering t e fJ lot with Pollys horse She stooped Jq tjightenone of her sandals sand aslrose Jtsaw her sway sllgbtlyj and t jut one hand to her head Ho looked fat her sharply remembering berVfainttf ness In the parade that mbrning 1You aint feelln right be saltdL un t answerediThis is the night were SS goIn toliQak them Rubes In there sit ap afiVt it Bingo sheadded placing onejarm affectionately about the neck tf the whitingnearYou bin ridju too reckless lily said Tim jsteimly as he follpwed her I dont like it There aint no ne d of sWIItsYourNobody else ever done em anv noebody d miss em If you left em out Polly turned with a triumphant ring r swIiingfor 1qurela Most everybody has got some fcindfo a bug Jim assented she1wastItsthe spirit of thedead one thats got into her Jim mumbled as hepurn ed away still seeing the flash l the departing girls eyes t Continued next weektI a11ullilliuiilllfI mDII JlIiJiiCllieDlmf iiui iatimiijii clcfl ls rl = Notice S ii I I ITo Stockmen of Washington and adoinii1g i I counties t i i Red Bird Stock Fa4n RtI or better known c as the Jim McElroy farm onehalf mile rom Fair iGround on Bardstown pike jj IaijjE shouldnt you all patronize them It is for your we have IIth best We offer this season the following w Ukiiown stock i RED BIRD k I g I The great Saddle Horse as great a breeder in the State Will be II Allhaving Iii I III TOSTANDE cause you who have good mares stand so much better chance that will = do with common mares Mr Pembleton of E Igi as Bourbon King that stood at 60 last year and perhaps at 75 this sea ison Why gentlemen think of it the great blood and what a reputation 8 he has that is worth 30 Red Bird has the highest price colts to sell P from the tit than any horse I can mention prices ranging from 100 to ii I 212 I MOKO PEARL B I BY MOKO P The great Trotting Horse has a mark of228 and hasbeen a mile II in 218ra beautiful bay 2 white feet behind and a star He is 16 hands IIii Bouncing Canoughtg Imported English Hackney a beautiful chestnut sorrely 3 white feet i r andii NELSON II 1g Imported German Coach 16 hands high weighs about1400 pounds Im with good action and steps good Just the kind or farm mares and mule mares Season 15 I BILL GOEBEL i a M The Great Mule Jack He needs no explanation because you all know him and have heard of him as being a breeder ot halfsoore mules f IfIi STONEWALL 1 ii g We having bought halt interest in Stonewall or better known as Shelbv Tuck it is needless for me to try to tell you anything about him you know him as well as I do You have heard Of the 100 mule t 1sold by him g Gentlemen I can say with safety and am sure you all agree withme g that we have two of the best breeding Jacks in the country I notices when weanling time comes the best mule men of other counties as well as our own flock to old Washington tor good mules Jacks tfiiratanaak i 8 for horse mules S10 for mare mules 10 for jennetts StdhewL1 te a good Jennett Jack I will be glad to show you our stockaiiY f IYOIl come and will be glad T to have you Bills will be out by April 1sh= Thanking you all for last years patronage and hoping it will JJ1 = crease this year 1 remain Yours Respectfully = L Dt i BAKER 1 IllGIJKItiilM pl lUIffniI l III J Ib x R r a r Fi F 4 t ij 1I i j 4Jtr THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 14 1909 i 4J t HH The Big StareITI 1 WHERE YOU GUN FIND WHAT YOU WANT WHEN YOU WANT STYLES RIG HART ClothingNow guarantee Garments F- asteBoys Clothing y We have received an up to of Ederheimer Stem Cos Boysapd Youths Clothing They fit and are stylish youll n other New Shirts Collars Neckwear a penders Latest style Agents for Hanon Crossett EssJ r t The RobertsonClaybrooke Co SPRINGFIELD 1INCORPORATED KENTUCKY It- i 1 r YI iS IS1SISISS1SISJSSSS1SsSSIS SI 5Si5sSuSs5Ss5rSsSuSt5sfiSi It SPRINGFIELD SUN EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance H L SMITH Editor and Publisher c SptmJdieldI1D 1S as secondclass matter 4TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION x f1Oiseyear 100 Months 50 Three Months 25 frDemocratic Ticket l CIRCUIT JUDGEI H Thurman 4 COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY t C S Hill of Marion County COuNiyJUDGEB L Litsey COUNTY CLERKW F Booker CIRCUIT CLERKRobt Noe COUNTY ATTORNEY T Scott Mayes SHERIFFS J Anderson SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTJ W Bush JAILERGeo D W T Mitchell SURVEYOR Wnu G Roberts STATE OF OHIO CITY OF TOLE DOSSI LPCAS COUNTY Frank J Cheney oath that he Is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the t City of Toledo County and State afore t said and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for eaeh and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Catarrh Cure FRANK CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December A D 1886 i SEAL AW GLEASON NOTARY PUBLIC Catarrh Cure is taken internal r Jyand acts on the blood and mucuous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 by all druggists 75c Take Pills tor consti pt1on 4 NEW SPRING OF The best that can be pro duced They FIlT they wear ana hold their shape A gods with every suit Prices re son able for such finely ored Select your suit now for date line Try one suit and New Cuffs and SIS Hats Sole and Shoes SS ISSUED Catlett ASSESSOR makes Halls directly Sold Tail wear Halls LIBERAL OFFER TO SUBSCRIBERS I ti Two Papers for the Price of The t Sun offered for a Short 1 Ime As a special inducement to alf those in arrearSpto pay up and TO new subscribers we will have mai ed to them FREE for three months Tlje Kentucky Farmer of Louisville formerly the Kentucky Farmer and reeder of Lexington a weekly journal represen tatiye of and devoted to th agnculturr al and live stock interests of Kentucky and the SOlth This will give you your home paper or one and a farm paper for three the price of the home paper Ytr This offer is open all new sub scribers or renewals pay cash in advanceIRead ad on sixth page You willalso find clubbing rates with all the leading dallies and weeklies The prices quoted include the Kentucky Farmer for three months The Bed Rock Of Success lies in a keen clear brain backed by indomitable will and resistless energy Such power comes from the splendid health that Dr Kings New Life Pills impart They vitalize every organ and build up brain and body J A Har mon iLizemore W Va writes They are the best pills I ever used H 25c at Haydon Robertsons FPLEASANT GROVE Miss Veola Brown of Springfield and Mr Edgar Wilson of Texas spent Sunday with Miss Mabel Thompson Miss Emma Rose Polm who was at home for Easter has returned to St Catharine Mr Warren Rose of Harrodsburg was here Saturdry and Sunday Dr and Mrs W M Hyatt and sons were at the home of Mr J R Durrett Sunday Dr W 0 Hopper and sister Mrs Bruce of Perry ville visited Dr Hopper and wife recently Mr J W Thompson had the misfortune to lose his home by fire about noon Monday The contents were nearly all saved Mr Thompson is now with Mrs B D La eMr S B Thompson Jr and wife who lived with Mr Thomp son will occupy the house recently va mated by Mr Mudd Dr and Mrs J H Hopper are in Louisville for a few days Mr N P Thompson and sister Miss Mabel have returned from a visit to Harrods ur Miss Elise Durrett is at home after spending a few days with her sister Mrs 11 W Hyatt Mr B B Leachman was in Bards town Monday A number of our young people at tended the play in Springfield Monday evening MrM G Leachman is in Louisville Mrs B L Litsey is visiting Misses Ella and Lillian Wharton of Louisville Mr and Mrs Dan Kelley were at Mr J R Reeds Sunday s Complete line of all kinds of Jewelry Anything you want I I Watch Your Watch And if it doesnt keep correct time take it to Jas J Graves Watchmaker and Jeweler FOR REPAIRS PRICES REASONABLE WORK GUARANTEED Jewelry Repairing done at the most reasonable prigs Dr RESIDENTT1 DENTIST Burton Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work First class Springfield Ky fflce in Hagon Block up stairs Loctl News Notes spring hats are theswellest on the JDarket Try us- MISS WILLIE KNOTT j One suitcleaned sponged and pressed for 76c by G F Clements FOR RENT The residence on Main CrossStfeet recently occupied by Dr Smok Apply to- Miss FANNIE WALL Everything in Spring Millinery at Mrs Nannie Mullicans over Peoples Bank SAY Your Buggy needs Painting See A C Kimball at old Casey Shop on Main street Buy Rapid Shine Stove Polish 5c per box JOE A5 SHADER Fort RENTA cottage of 6 rooms bath room water and lights located next to Christian church Fpr special terms until Jan 1 1910 see JOE S CLAYBROOKE Try Kentucky Star Flour its made like grandfather used to make it I FOR RENT Four rooms in flat on Main street These are nice rooms and in aood shape Next to First National Bank L A BURNS We mace a Special feature of Medium Priced Hats Our assortment is very extensive Miss WILLIE KNOTT Go to Leachman Campbells for the best and cheapest Retrigerator on the market Also inquire of them for your screen doors and windows f Use Kentucky Star Flour to bake your Cakes and make Bi cuits Its light pure white and healthful A new line of the latest styles in Tailored Dress Skirts for sale frorn 150 to 10 Address Willisburg Ky or phone 422 Mooresville exchange Residence near Polin PEARLIE SMOOTHERS ColJohn I Bay 153 hands fine style speed and action tiforyeareold This k is a son of the great Onward Silver form erly owned by J L Druien of Bards town and winner ot the Transylvania stakes at Lexington and with a record of a mile in 205J and two miles in 428J Onward Silver was sold for 21000 and was taken to Italy On ward Silver is a son of Onward 1141 performers210 and the sire of the dams of 13 with records of 214 and better Onward is a son of George Wilkes 222 and out of Sylvian Maid by Aberdeen sire of Kentucky Union 207J Hundleysiredham by Geo Wilkes Kate Hundleys first dam was Helen H dam of Clarot 2 28J by Metropolitan son of Hamble tonian 10 and full brother to Rienna Victoria dam of Euclid 219 and Princeton 226J Rienna Victoria sold for 4800 at McFerrans sale Second dam Nelly Andersondam of Worry 228 by Gills Vermont sire of Bonner Boy 223 and dams of 13 in 230 or better also sire of the dam of Gam betta Wilkes 219fc sire of Eyelet 206J Guinette 204 Lottie Lorin 205 and seventyfive others better than 230 COL JOHN 1 will make the present season at 10 To Insure a Living Colt LORD BACON Is a fine Jack 15J hands fine bone and muscle He is by Dick Parrotts Jack he by Litseys Jack he b Governor byGovernorHawk So you could not have finer breeding He will make the season at 1O To Insure a Living Colt Parties having mares to breedare invited to call at my stables 2J miles East of Springfield on the Springfield and Perryville pike and see my stock Care e to avoid accidents but will not be lesponsibieshould any occur Lien retained on all colts until season is paid and money due when colt is foaled or mareis parted with or bred elsewhere R H Edelen Scr I =rte- LAWN 4LI MOWERH- EADQUARTERS s t If you want the best LAWN MOWER oil earth go to t Hatchett and Andersons They now have a large stock a of Whitman Barns lawn movers A r Strictly High Grade Machine t with the best quality steel ball cupsand- ones perfectly ground and dust proof If you nee bejfore bUYin ye a of lawn f sections and rivets for any mowing machine madeand r have bought them in a way as to sell cheap v Cycle Grinders Cheap Garden tools Of All Kinds i Garden Plows Rakes Hoes Spades Shovels Etc in fact anything you may need to raise a garden Come I in and let us show you and get prices q SPECIAL SERVICE GIVEN TO PLUMBING AID TINNINI Hatchett Anderson l Springfield Kentucky 4 We ought to know whats what in millinery and the success of our pusi ness is proof enough that we do We please ourselves most when we please our patrons much Try usWILLIAMS Messrs J R Durham and J W Funk of J Howard Hampton of ohnllMarshall considIeredStates Price 2000 FLIES ARE HEREWe cannot keep them off of your premises but why not let us keep them out of your house By letting us screen your doors and win dows we can do it Full stock of the best and cheapest Refrigerators on the market LEACHMAN CAMPBELL l Trimmed and untrimmed hats We can suit you Give us a trial Miss WILLIE KNOTTI Use Enterprise Poultry Powder a fine tonic for all kinds of poultry For sale by HAYDON ROBERTSON Dr A G Beam the local colored physician lost a good horse this week by paris preen poisoning pro Beam is unable to account for the horses death unless it was poilohed by some one as there was not paris green about the stable Dr L H Bellebaura the popular and capable phafmacist at the Red Cross Drug Store hada very attractive win dow for Easter After dressing the window in a manner most appropriate to the Easter season he procured a pair of bantam chickens andtntee Belgian hares which he therein The art tics of these representatives of this season was a source of amusement and enjoyment not only to the children but to a great many of t fe grown ups of town who would stoptofriberwhen ever they were passing the window fitMIssDr S J Smock who recently moved to Glasgow to reside and practice his profession was paid quite a compliment Sunday morning by the Methodist Sunday School which adopted resolu tions of regret because of his departure Dr Smock had been superintendent of the Sunday School and had been very efficient and faithful in his duties Swell Millinery at reasonable price Mrs N Mulhcan over Peoples ink Jasf Saturday Master Finley Myee entertained at an Easter party About twenty of his little friends gathered to en oy the afternoon with him and nght royally was it spent The little folks rolledand hunted eggs And indulged irt the different games of pastime that make Easter enjoyable for then It is needless to say that they had plenty toheat and then a hay ride behind old Dobbin The children all left thinking Easter just about as nice as ChristmasIand Finley the best host ever NOTICE Stockmtn of Washington County Night Hawk Jr sf mybarnuntil Weaning time NIGHT HAWK JR is considered the Fastest Trotting Stallion in the county and in order to prove what he can do 1 will challenge t any horse after the season Owned and making the season of 1909 in Washington county on any mile track in the State RespectfullyD CROSBY +tli rfi rtTi rtTi ifo tlTi T 111 t+ t Iziwt 4 r r r r f WHAT 50 CENTS V i WILL BUY t+ Two IOc cans of Corn me iIOc cans of TomatoesL lOc hi10c cans of Peas aOc tiw One paper of Needles 5c Upaper of Pins 5c +Ulouse 1rapc liv 5c + WIBlacklngbrushc W S H1 Bishop Springfield 4Y t + +t + i t r z I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL r4 1909 Sh Yes Spring Cleaning Time Is Here Are you thinking about it OilIIngrainsAxminatersto the large Druggets in Crex Tapestryand Axminsters Mattings in all prices both China and Japan Lace curtains a large assortment tp select from cheapest to the best Can give you anything in Waif Paper a large stock to select from Latest styles in Shoes Hats and Clothing for The whole family Come to See Us See our lines before buying No trouble to show goods 1 GRUNDY McINTIRESpringfield The Peoples store Kentucky t1REO I touring Car 1000 TOP EXTRA r When you are starting outfor a motor trip short or long the t one thing you want to be sure of is that you will get back without any fuss or delay The record of the REO on the Glidden Tours end on liability daily tours is ErplendldforordinaryI 20 H P Roadster with Top 1000 10 HP Runabout S500 i i 6Nr G MARKS SPRINGFIELD KY Li- You can do it with a Rio Come to Banter Broadway April 151617 and see the new REOS at Reimers Motor Car Gos Garraget Best Treatment For Colds Most ordinary colds will yield to the simplest treatment sass the Chicago Tribune moderate laxatives hot foot baths a free perspiration and an avoid I ance of exposure to cold and wet after treatment While this treatment is simplex it requires considerable trouble and the one adopting it must remain in 1doors for a day or two or a fresh cold is almost sure to be contracted and in many instances pneumonia follows Is it not better to pin your faith to an old reliable preparation like Chamberlains Cough Remedy that is famous forits cures of colds and can always be de pended upon For sale by The Leo Haydon Drug Co NOTICE TO HUNTERS The following gentlemen announce that their lands allre posted and they for bia hunting on their premises Parties caught fox hunting anydkind or upon the lands of any of the undersigned will be prosecutEtd t e fullest extent pt the law TillS is done in order to protect sheep and sto k of all kinds KEEP YOUR DDGS AT HOME J D Noel G L Warner R S Noel Jeff Matherly T H Noel Wm Bosley A D Shewmaker- E ines Riley W GardnertJ J Botoms A Holiday Hayes James Baker Robert Charley 0 J Hickerspn R D Riley J W s Sabe C0oksey IJ H Hayes D Noel Parties desiring Their names placed in this list have it done by paying 25c a name Cash in advanceED Money Comes In Bunches toA A Chisholm of Treadwell N Y now His reason is well worth reading For a long time I suffered from indigestion torpid liver constipation net vousness and general debility he writes I couldnt sleep had no appe tite 1nor ambition grew weaker everyday in spite of all medical treatment Then used Electric Bitters Twelve bottles restored all my oldtime health and vigor Now I can attend to busi ness every day Its a won erful med icine Infallible for Stomach Liver Kidneys Blood and Nerve SOe at Haydon Robertsons Notice Poultry Raisers Now is the time of the year rto feed your fowls a d tonic R4 1144 cures Cholera Gapesl Roup Canker and Limberneck When fed as a preventive it not only keeps them healthy but makes them layl Price 50c no cure no pay Guaranteed by your druggists Haydon Robertson and Red Cross Drug Store Ask for bodklct on diseases of poultry fWt tittr I Tobacco Hogsheads t l r tIl+ t We are preparing to furnisn our l customers with tobacco hpgs ii+ f everything in the building line 4and carry it in stock too Prices to suit you it YOU are reasonable We have bought a large stock f now we must sell itout tit 1 t t i Springfield Lumber CoI i W 4 + f- II W V STALLARD D D S SpRINGFIELD KY PHONE 72 TEETH Pan or Danger All Wo k I just Over as ad erti BrstIIclass Qea aeaeaeaeQ aeaeQ aeaeo a Personal Notes I 0 e a- o Visitors In and Out of TownA a Round Up of the Weeks ti Personal News e a- Miss Qe aoeaeaeataeaeaeoeaea Pe Lillian Anderson of Danville ps the guest of Miss Eunice Q Nan Miss Isabel Medley spent the Easter holidays with her famrry at this place Miss Mildred Spalding and Miss Grif Shuck of Lebanon visited here Sunday Mrs Anderson and son of ville were the guests of Mrs H MI ONan last week Judge IeH Thurman is in Greens burg holing court Mrs WCMcChordMiss Annie McChorji arid Miss Annie Mayes attend ed the IMcChordHurt wedding in Leb anon last week HMr Sherward Hundley visited here last weeK haying come to attend thej Hu dley Shelby wedding j Jack1 McChord is spending the Easter holidWs with his parents Mr and Mrs W C Mcfeiord Har Shultz Parker Medley and Ben F Simms who are students at StI Marys College spent the Easter holi days athome Hi Shader who is a student St Marys has been the guest of his parent Mr and Mrs John C Shader Miss Rodman Thurman who is a student at Science Hill Academy is spending the Easter holidays with her parents Judge and Mrs I H Thur man i Mr Heffernan Rubel ofLebanon was the guest 01 friends here Sunday =Messrs Lester and Leo Gibbs ot Sholbyville have been visiting here this week Mr 0 C Pace of Lebanon was in town Sunday John Shuck McElroy Jr who is a Senior at Central University has been the guest of his parents during Easter Mrs Alex Lewis Jenkins has re turned to her home in Cincinnati after a visit to the family of her father Mr G D Duncan Hon T S Mayes spent the latter part of last week and the first of this week in Louisvilte Mrs Allen who has been visiting her son Mr J L Allen has returned home Muses Kate and Lillian Lancaster who haveIb een spending several weeks with Mrs C J Haydon iett Monday for their home in Tacoma Wash Misses Nellie McGill Lois Johnston Zeliria cIlvoy and Emma Rose POlinaveJetur edto school at St Catharine Hon J W S Clements of Louisville spent Sunday with his mother Mrs Lizzie Clementss Maj J L Wharton who has been ill for the past two weeks is much im proved j Mr Will Osborne and son of Riney vine spent Easter with Mr and Mrs C H McIntire Miss May Belle Ross of Tennessee who attends school at St Catharine spent the Easter holidays with Mr and Mrs Willard Thompson jj v Mrs John Edmonds of Lebanon has returned home after spending week with her sister Mrs Annie Mc Elroy Mrs G C Wharton is spending a few days in Louisville Mr Will F Simms was in Louis ville Saturday and Sunday on business MrR H Edelen of Bardstown spent Saturday with relatives here MrsL D Baker and two children are visiting relatives near Bardstown Mr C W Hagan and Miss Alma Spalding of Lebanon spent Sunday with Miss Margaret Hagan Mrs RH Shader and little Miss StIt Miss Carrie Edelen is visiting in Louisville Miss Minnie Blanford is the guest of relatives in Louisville Mr Joe Putnam of Leli non was in town Friday Miss FlagetL3imms was the guest Of friends in Lebanon the latter part of last week Mr Bernard Mudd is ill of pneu d moniaMr Stark of Hodgenville has been Visiting at the home of Mr H M ONan Miss Fannie McElroy will go to Louisville Thursday to spend a few days Mrs T Scott Mayes and Miss Kate Mayes will spend Thursday in Louis ville Mr Clarence Litseyand Miss Katherine Spalding of Lebanon were over Monday night to see the Danger Signal Miss Sarah Sei cman Litsey of Lebanon is visiting her grandparents Judge and Mrs Selecman Messrs Logan osley and Ray Goodin of Lebanon ittended the per formance of the thing r Signal Monday night f Miss May Bodine of Maud is the guest of Mrs EE Buster Mr JF Wycoff visited in tow this week Mr Jesse Rapier of Bardstown was the guest of friends here the first of the week Messrs J F and Ben F Simms Gwin Marks L B Cain and S J An derson are attending the Electrical Ex position in Louisville Mr Will Houston of Maud has re turned from St Josephs Infirmary in Louisville where he underwent suc cessful operation for ear trouble Miss Lucy Selecman who has been suffering with iodine poisoning for about three months is very much im proved Mrs Edwin Carlisl Litsey of Leb anon IP visiting her mother Mrs W E Selecman U j THE PUREST I1tII11 I Pickles Pickles Pickles Who Likes Pickles t t j We hav fuse receivednew suPPj Of the isFinest CrispiesJf hll est SPicieS PICKLE ever put iip l y HEINZ who knowjhowjo si i make HiSOURflavor of Heinz Pure Vinegars and Spices i KMsL r SWEET PICKL SPXservedv i t hi granulated sugar Vin gar t fiSTVVe have them by the dozen or in bottles 1Dont forget to get some today Tomatoes Lettuce Radishes Fresh cakes breadtfruitsan4 candies Katie Hertlein BroSPRINGFItLD KENTUCKY r CALL ON US Miss Bessie Settle of Maud who has been visiting Mrs N G Marks has returned home Hon W D Claybrooke will go to Louisville tomorrow to attend the meeting of the Kentucky Hotel Association Mr and Mrs W F Grigsby Mr- slH Thurman and Miss Minnie Mc Clellan are in Lebanon today having gone over to hear Bishop Hendrix preach After the play Monday night Messrs W R Selecman L 0 McCarty Shaker Robertson Lester Gibbs and W C Mc Chord Jr entertained Misses Lizssje WatersAnnie and Fanny McElroy and Evelyn and Virginia Royalty at the Walton Hotel at an elaborate supper Messrs Arthur McGill Sam An derson J L Barber Murray Floyd L B Cain Wathen Simms Geo D Robertson Chas H Mclntire Warren Nally Shaker Robertson Al Mudd c1 J Haydon Wm T Leachman andJ1 C Shader will attend the Knights of Columbus meeting in Lebanon to Right Kentucky Star Flour Bestmade Try Kentucky Star Flour So good NOTICE Kauffman Moyer Arnold and Enterprise buggies for sale They stand for all that can be asked forui buggies Mogul Wagons Disc Harrows Core Planters Tobacco Setters andfIne American Field Fence the best feoce on the market in all sizes from tatopfandbottom Landand the best Poultry Fence on themiar ketat 40c per rod ff1 A D KiMBAiii In old Casey carriage shop on Main St Rheumatism More than nine out of every tencasea- of rheumatism are simply heuni arof the muscles due to cold or or r chronic rheumatism In such cases ftP internal treatment is required 3ne free application of Chamberlainsxliini mentis all that is needed and it is cer 2 tain to give quick relief Give it a trialland see for yourself bow quickly re= lieves the pain and soreness The med = icines usually given internally for then matism are poisonous or strong y medicines They are worse than useless in cases chronic and muscular hen rydowD x i s r g XTRAG OODCLOTHES FOR i i are best without snowing it in th0 1 thnan 8 the slight advance over unidentified cheaplybuilt clothes doesnt at all cover the saving they bringgOne XIMGOOD suit will survive more boy d 0 handling than two average suits Every pair of XTRAGQOD kneepants ji r lined all through This not only means extra 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the fare and I bought 28 cents worth of something and she had three tents to add to my quarter sp we wouldnt have to make any more change Then we had Chocolate and I paid and then we had some carnations anjd she had just the right amount T paid the car fare home but she figures I owe her seven cents DoiIClevelalid Leader ff THE ANSWER CAME Dashaway + I wired the Qld man Where Is that money I wrote you for Hashaway Get an answer DashawayYes The answer reads In my inside pocket Negative Definitions Culture Is not faddist Cornet Is not genius Prlje is not snobbery Notoriety Is not fame Social climbing Is not ascending Lying Is not contradiction Incomprehension not stupidity Mysteriousness la not greatness Anna Wynne In New York Herald Knew All About Him 1Officer said the whhl1slca tourist strapping policeman who had saved him from being run over by an automobile you remind me ofacharacter in one of Kiplings stories Youve heard of Kipling Kip Ling said Officer Hooligan Sure He runs a 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or write direct to the school 1035 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky E r 4 J 1 rritr t 4 4 f tc t 8 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WESNESDAY APRIL 14 1909 opoooboooooooooooooocxxxx ooocxpooooooocxxx poooooooo IQeQ Qsoo qsQsQ QsQ S oo o ooooa p a J Chestnut Dare i No 3290 FOALED 1900 a f 0 This horse again showed his supeiorityver Dther S Ilion t 1 1ster in his own class and in p defeating I aocthe prominent Stallion inaheAajoiriinj fcfiintite One of his win ningw was the ilOQ sweepstake defetfiic tefeht entries of nelclurfitfraefe Heamihvco1th also won thehfd ring Its iwiUf Oire trea that not one of his colts of five ilhiyfrfcyer been defeated by the colts of any horse owned or a county Special rings of colts of other horses claimed by fe to be the best in the State have been shown but not one of 51 MNmlMsever worn a tie blue or red All familiar with his Podci4g know he has more high prjce colts already tohiscre4 t Fa t wiy horse now in the county and yet a young horse Chest + 1iDrt combines the blood of the Chester Dares and Chief AI iwnHiea He is sired ly Chester Dare 10 1st dam by Red Chief 0 2nd dam by Black Hawk Chief 3rd dam Jay Brinkers Drennon t 20 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT g J- ati Noble DenmarKai i No 2640 IQi This handsome and handsomely bred colt wiU serve a limited 0 number of nares at 20 10 INSURE A LIVING COLT ltHe is sired by the great show horse and breeder HighlandF l Denmark 1st dam aState Fair winner by the saddle l Ji horse Thorntol Star 2ud dam by the Show Stallion Art Rose by Artist and out of Montrose mare Ihis Stallion is not qnljf well bred but a fine individual proving himself a winner last yeai a as n twoyearold j also as a yearling He has great action for i YQung zster a good step and the making of a great saddle stallion Q I sidering the breeding qualities of both his sire and dam anlihis I Qi own finish and conformation he is sure to rank among the bqst as II i asire Q iO 4 1 Hackney Boy 1 Hackney Boy is a sorrel 16 hands high a horse of good eon for Inimabon large flat bone and one of the Hackney type He is four years and his first colts are all good He is sired by Old S County Member 1st dam by Von Moltke 2nd dam by Varick He Q 2I will make the season at ii 10 to Insure a living Colt r t L I- Ihgain thank the Breeders for their patronage anp askor a P continuance 6f same in this and adjoining counties L Mares Pastured at 15O a Month eMares bred to either Stallions or Jacks when traded o I or IS parted with the season is positively due and must be If B B Le settledI f 3jitFpNo3 Springfield eoo o oa oao SO OsOOSOOSOse Q OOiOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOO QOOOOOQOQOQOQQOOQQQOOGQGOO T VALLEY HILL I Little Miss Gertrude Montgomery of i near Croaks Station visited heir aunt Miss Ruby ONeal of this olace last weak 4 4 Pptsey Briggs recently went to visit hJssist rMn Jack Shehan of near Blo 1fieldJand was taken suddenly ill 0 Deing unablejto return to his home here Mr Robert Snider who has been quite ill for several weeks is no better i atthis writing and grave fears are en tertained as to his recovering entirely Mr Pobert Thompson and family of the prundy Orphanage visited relatives at Pleasant Grove Sunday Ray Goatley and sister Miss Imo gene attended Easter services at St 1 Rose Sunday Mrs Hughey Goa ley entertained sev eral of her friends at dinner Sunday among whom were Mr and Mrs W7 F t Moran Mr Ed Kellyand wife and Jas Moran and brother Mr arid Mrs M W Seay of near Maud visited relatives here Sunday ai Several from this place attended the Easter sale held by the Ladies of the SSMtbodist church in Springfield Satur r day ICing Comstock wasin Bardstown on jblisiness Monday Mr and Mrs Jas E Goatley entertained the following at dinner Easter J Bdwarjti Goatley and wife M W Seay and wife and C P Goatley and wife Mrs Samuel Montgomery of near j Breaks Station visited her parents Mr- S J R ONeal of this place the last ot the weekt MrrJ RONeal had the misfortune of losing a very valuable mare recently jmIlJ1JJUHIIJHliIIr UIemlljJl mrlimfili JBlack A handsome 15 hand Blabk Jack as anyj make the present season at the Stone p Wall Stock farm 3J mjles North of Springfield on the Springfield ahd Bloomfield turnpike at so for mare mule and 8 for horse mule Insure a living colt retained on colts until season is i pjm You are cordially invitee to call and 1 4see my stock- A B BUNDLE PHONE 47 Springfield 1v mlllJmIIlSJIElliDIMlmllll ammrlEfil f 9 I She received injuries m the stable a few nights agoand had to be killed as a relief from severe suffering The Springfield High School Junior ball team came out and played a match game with the Orphanage boys Satur day While the sigh School boys were in better practilce thanb r boys and easily defeated them the game was very interesting from start to finish PENWICK Mr and MrsWoodford Graves spent Saturday with their son Mv R B Grave of this place I Mrs Rachel Anderson and daughter were the guests of Mr W T Adams and family Sunday afternoon Miss Bertha Hall spSnt last week with her brother Mr Everett Hall Mrs Lizzie ai d Lula Sims were the guests of their arents Mr and Mrs L R White of ttiis place MrJ E Ha mon was in Louisville Sunday Mrs Myrtle Nally and daughter and Mrs Myrtle Smith and children were the guests of MrsV Nannie Fenwick Sunday Mr J B Fenwick apd wife spent Sunday m Springfield J Messrs Stdrtley Rogers kid Irvin Thompson attended church at St Rose Sunday Messrs Fonza and Joe mith spent Sunday afternoon with their mother at this Dlace 1iMiss Ena Cheatham spent from Fri day until Sunday with her parents near Mooresville HarrYJafesYere1n Mr JohniRaney and mother were the guests rMr and Mrs JohnHall Sat urday mgEt and Sundayv Miss Verna Rogers was the guest of her sister Mrs C W Adams last week iI Jtrom another correspondent s iOne of the worst windstorms in years this place Monday night A number qf fruit trees were blown down but fortunately no oth r damage was done There Is a good deal of sickness here at this writing Little Marine White is very ill with scarlet fever Mrs rudie Janes is still yery ill with a complication of diseases Miss Lizzie Adams is no better at this wiltingIMr Elmer Anderson is very ill with stomach trouble and is not expected to liye many days and Mrs John I Brewer visited IMrlatters parents Mr and Mrs H last Sunday BurtIAdams gy to pieces but they escaped witha 4t J few flesh wounds Tobacco plants are going to be scarce from the prospect now Mr and Mrs Sam Goode visitedthe latters parents Mr and Mrs L R White Tuesdav night Obituary v Willie V Turner jior of James Tur ner and Henrietta Va rsdan Turner was born near Mackville Washington county Ky July 18 1880 died in Mackville April 3 1909 aged 28 years 9 months and 15days lila mother died when he was 6 years old when lie fell into the hands of his aunt Kate Peter under whose care he remained 14 vears who trained him up Ui attend Sunday- S hQol arid instructed him morally and religiously and tor whom he had great kye and respect up to his death Hew s married to Miss Bertha Phillips November 1900 To this union three sweet little girls were bornan of whom survive him the youngest being two years old He joined the Methodist church under the preaching of Rev F M Hill July 1907 and lived a con sistent Christian up to hisdeath He was a devoted father and an indulgent father An ong men he rapidly made many friends and easily held them and as a neighbor he was always friendly kind and true In his home life he lived for his loved ones their comfort wel fare and happiness He lived in and around Mackville all his life except one year in Clayton Ind He was never of a robust constitution but suffered very much from indigestion and a weak heart especially in the last few months About ten days before his death he was seized with pneumonia and in spite of the skill of his physician and careful nursing he fell a victim to this dreaded disease The funeral services were held at the Methodist hurch by Rev R B Baird atter which the remains were followed by a large concourse of rela tives and friends ta the cemetery where they were laid away to await the resur rection morn May the blessings of God be upon the widow and his children and his fatherwho is now 60 years of age A FRIEND HAPPY HOLLOW Mrs Erastus Perkins spent Saturday and Sunday with her father Mr John Armstrong and family Mr Solomon Kays and family spent Sunday with Mrs Kays parents Mr and Mrs H P Chesser of Polin Miss Mallie Shields speht Sunday with Mss Effie Coulter of near this place Mr John Crow and family visited friends and relatives at Polin Sunday Mr Walter Hanby and Miss Myrtle Armstrong spent Sunday with her un cle Mr D P Casteel and wife of near Pulliam Mr Zay Hahn is very low with con sumption at the home ot ills aunt Mrs Dan Casteel Mrs Jim P Brewer spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs Bellzona Hanby of this place There was a large crowd at the Sunday School at the Hillsboro church Sunday afternoon There will be Sunday School every Sunday at 3 oclock Mr1 Georgie Hahn of Illinois was called tb the bedside of his brother Mr Zay Hahn who is at the point of death with consumption Mrs Bellzona Hanby is some better at this writing Mr Erastus Perkins happened to a bad accident Sunday afternoon getting hs shoulder thrown out of place MrBEdward Hanby arid wife were in Springfield Saturday afternoon Mrs J M Shields and son Ernest spent Thursday and Friday with her sister Miss Nannie Keeling of near Tatham Mrs Edward Hanby spent Wednesday witn her father AU John Arrii itrongv at this olace Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the d tesfixedfjr holding xthe Fairs for 1909 as far as reported f Stanford July 313 days Henderson July275 days Georgetown July 275 days Madisonville August 35 days Winchester August 34 days Blue Grass Fair Lexington August 96 daysSTaylorsville August 10 4days Uniontown August 105 days Harrodsburg August 12J days Leitchfield August 17 4 days Barboursville August 183 days BrodheaJ August 18 3 days Shepherdsville August 183 da Ewing August 193 days Shelbyvilje August 245 days Sprmgfield August 254 days J London August 254 days Florence August 254 days Frankfort August31 4 days Hardmsburg August 313 days Tompkinsville September 15 days Fern Creek September 15 days Bardstown September 14 days Hbdgenville September 73 days Monticello September 74 days Glasgow September 84 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville September 136 days Scottsville September 163 days Bedford October 12 days 4fii IALONG THE LINES OF SEVERITY CiaisIcal Idea Carried Out in Har monious Perfection- In the sketch one s psa costume harmonious in every particular j In general design in the style of trim nlng In the mode of hairdressing and the long scarf with the bordered ends the classical Ides is pronounced and alegantly carried out The absolutely bare arms with the severe border in ilasslcal design at the top are one of the necessary features of such a cos Coiffure and Costume In Classical Har monies tume A sleeve so much as a cap would mar the design of the whole and render it fussy The only possible addition Is the loop of tulle which is carried across like an armlet A heavier style of wrap or one figured all over woald also be incongruous In fact here Is the perfect model for this style of costume and it is this sort of attention to harmony which renders one costume elegantand even beautiful whereas another is simply expensive and elaborate GETTING AWAY FROM WRINKLES Something That the Home Dress maker Should Remember- One of the perplexing and annoying little difficulties that beset the home dressmaker is how to avoid the wrinkles that appear under the arm where the waist should fit perfectly smooth In many cases these wrinkles appear because the armhole is too small and if you find that this is the case remove the sleeve and snip the waist at the lower edge of the arm hole That the underarm seam should slant in the right direction is also im portant for if it is pulled either too lap forward or back it will throw out the set of the garment The un derarm seam should be at the under arm and should run parallel to the center front and the center back seam In the case of a stout figure where two or three underarm seams are necessary one should be careful to get them straight Another point about dressmaking which often troubles the home dress maker is the nutting in of the sleeve Start to sew the sleeve In at the in side seam of the sleeve placing a little to the front of the underarm seam Then fit the under part of the sleeve working the fullness as much as pos sible to the center of the top Remem ber that the fullness must fall neither backward nor forward if you want a pretty fitting sleeve A wellfitted sleeve fits squarely around the arm and gives a broad look to the shoulders The fullness at the front and back should stand out from the arm Heavy Gold Belts Belts of heavy gold braid are much in evidence Not however the flimsy burnished ones of a few seasons ago that tarnished and looked shabby in a few wearings The new ones are 9f heavy dull gold cloth elaborately embroidered in either gold or silver giving a very I rich effect There are all sorts of lovely new buckles to go with them Some are large and square in silver gilt Oth ers are Egyptian formed of four scarabs each set with jade Then again there tare large round and oblong buckles set with any one of a half dozen of the popular semipreeious stones The empire girdle is also being made of wide soft gold braid fringed on the ends and worn knotted at the left side Economyin Dress Any hat suit neckwear shoes or other item of dress which will not serve many purposes extravagance for which fie woman is likely to pay dearly Itan should before committing the purchase of these articles their possibilities What style of suit for example will most appropriately serve the greatest number of purposes what color shall It be of what material 1 What gloves shall she wear what hat what shoes what neck- wear Of cOUrse the first question will find its answer In the tailored suit Harpers Basar Jack Tar Suits Picturesque Some mothers fancy the merry little middy costumes with loose sailor blouse of navy serge over middy trou sers of white linen On the chubby laddies these little nautical togs art Very fetching Indeed V Ajt 1 SAN8EAKEfr f TRIAL 216 14 Half brother to Needle C V 15ffhandsJ SAN MATEO 21255 213kSire includ 2101AbeWho Knows 211 J i JENNIE Ltr 215 HConnor 214kSan216J and sister to Bassilea 227k SIMMONS 2744 Record 228 Sire of 138 dams of 62 l MooNStONE 228ih Dam of 4 V vNUTBREAKER 2952A IRecord224iNutbearer 209J etc dams of- Dulce Cor 208 etc I VICTOPIA BISMARK Dam of Bassilea 2271 and Rescue 227k charge another George Wilkes 51S222 dlnIofBIPatch Darn etij Sultan loatt 7DamI 600eSire 174 dams of Doon by Victor Bismark 326 ot dams Flash by Chief ltria11trial etcit dam Montana Maid dam of Minnie Simmons 212 etc J by George Vfies519 JENNIE L dam of Neddie Connor trial for which 2000 was refused 1902 sister of Bassilea 2271 Her dam Victoria Bismarck also produced Rescue 227J RoierWi1l2142 and 24 others and the dam Dulce Cor 208J etc IlearBrook Currys Statement About This Horse Sanbreaker in condition is really a great show horse He is good gaited good headed dont pull dont hit byes company and is nerfectly mannered He will race tight where he has a trial a perfect disposition and Out the stall Over the road is perfect of nothing easily controlled bestlinesseason and sent him the above trials He thinks he could have drIyen 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 track V FairGroundse20 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT 1I 1 also prepared to handle horses Rates reasonable Your patronage fl solicitedSBOHON LUCAS SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN We earnestly request the patrons this column to notify us when you sell your stock etc so we can discontinue the advertisement Under this head all persons who are sub scribers to The Sun may insert free of advertisements of wheat corn oats and stock etc for sale or wanted Land sale or for rent not included but in sorted in department of the paper at very low rates for cash POSITIVELY nothing but above mentioned will be run free- S B Nally Rt2 has for sale a fine Jack registered ready for use J will sellworth the money Mrs j M Elder Rt 3 Lebanon Ky has for sale BPRock eggs 50c for 15 Mrs John Leachman Springfield wants to buy a good Jersey cow J K Cheatham Springfield has for sale a oair of nice mare mules well broke Also a pair niceyoung jacks Mrs B L Litsey has for sale S C B Leghorn eggs S C Buff Orpington eggs from pen 100 for 15 Leo Nally Rt 2 has for sale Pitt Game Eggs Setting of 16 tor 50c or 3 for 125 Mrs C C Christie Lebanon Rt3 has for sale pure bred single comb brown Leghorn eggs 15 for 50c H S Litsey Rt 4 has for sale a lot English Maple trees Mrs J I Martin Rt 1 has for sale S C Rhode Island ggs From pensj 150 and 250 for setting 15 From yard 50c for 15 eggs Mrs J S McElroy Springfield has for Black Minorca eggs 50c per setting Mrs R B Cregor Rt 3 Lebanon Ky has for sale eggs from thorough bred chickens S C Rhode Island Reds and Bl P Rocks 50c for 15 Telephone 4 A n58 bf Rog Wilke 218 1515 2124 t Sireof52damief- MontanaMaidbyG mons 212 Nutwood of 320 I Bonny Aberdeen 21 Great brbod mare f Sire 31 f 29 McDonds- Mambrino 209 in of I hs in of he afraid of j am of other for the of of Red t of sale A C Kimball Springfield has fortsale White Plymouth Rock eggs S100 for 15 HiS Lits Route 4 lid for sale a good 3year6ld mule Jack sell worth 4 the moneySMrs Sam Tucker Rt 1 has for sale V settingjofRt 1 hSJosale lO purebred Black Minorca f100 apiece L A Burns and Elmer Yankey V Springfield haye for sale 50 tons of 50 tons of Clover Hay IW H Leachman JRt 3 has for sale seed corn W P Merritt Springfield has for sale Boone County White Seed Corn This corn grew 75 bushels to the acre last year Price 2 per bushel in ears A L Perkins Rt 3 has for gale 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