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Wrr fZ tP + f i bIrinflth Ui t DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTYSI f I i tt VOLUME V SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY APRIL 28 1909 HOMIER 21 SEVERESTORM Struck Washington lounty Last f 1 Entailing Consider able Damage One of the severest wind and hail storms of recent years visited Wash ington county last week and caused great damage in the sections of the county which it struck The storms work began at Frederick town and spread over the northern portion ot the county There was a heavy rain and r hail storm and a high wind The great est loss was suffered at Mackville where the wind was extremely high and hailstones as large as guinea eggs fell One barn on the place of Mr John B Peter wap demolished arid another lifted from its foundation while numberless win dow panes were broken All of the buds and Jolo soms on the fruit trees were stripped frpm the branches and the tobacco bed greatly injured by the hail Several horses were also frightened and ran away This portion ot the county escaped 4 the cloud having divided West of here The Country Editor Col Henry Watterson in Sundays Journal has the following to say about the country editor There are some things that can be dEfined by limitation some careers which are as it were grooved and greased some endings which may be foreseen and against which plain folk should be warned The country editors is none of these Insofar as he is born not made he belongs with the poets to the extent that his patience exceeds that of Griseldis he is entitled to com memoration stained glass in the degree that his knoWledg is expected to dwarf that of an Admirable Crichton or a Mezzofanti his acquirements like his achievement must be taken at his own reckoning To the people whom he serves faithfully honestly tirelessly and without reward he is at pnce a prophet a portent apd a panacea It is required of him that he know the in side workings of local politics in a State where local politics control the issues and denote the candidates his memory must extend back beyond the intrusion of Columbus and respond to every foot step taken on the most famous spot on the footstool since that day ihe must be able to tell you who was Secretary of War under Buchanan the Christian name of Martha Washingtons first hus band and who wa the father of Moses s He must speak learnedly of the Trac tarian movement give you the inside history of Louis XIV s infelicitous domestic arrangements and recite on de rnand the titles of all the successors of the Caliphs he must know about earthquakes and earth worms about waterfalls and water crrss about Book Er Washington and Booker Reed He should be ready to answer the telephone and discourse at a moments notice con cerning the Cincinnati and their sons about the Revolution and its daughters about the family traits of buffaloes and elks and horned cattle at large It may well happen that he be asked to descant knowingly of the gowns that are Em pireand those that are merely Princess of what constitutes an Incroyable and what went to the makeup of a Dandy He must be competent to distinguish between a chassis a limousine and a tonneau and it is of prime necessity that he be able to pronounce chauffeur It is very probable that he will be consulted about the setting of hens the laying on of hands and the precession of the equinoxes he must be able at a glance to assert that such and such a country store is of the horizontal or perpendicular style of architecture that its cast iron columns are Corin thian or Doric or merely barbaric and that there is really no right reason why syncopated music should not be just as classical as the moanings of Strauss or the cacophonic conceits of Debussy He should have at his fingers ends the crop statistics for a quarter of a cen of a quarter ot the habitable 1globe he must know the history of cor ners of the Grange of the wheel and be in good standing in all the secret societies past present and to come What he doesnt know about babies and their second summers will be counted against him he should be a farrier and a fancier wise in weather and well read in wonders And above all things lie must keep clean and bright thelamp of knowl tfv edge and hold ever before his readers the standards of high thinking arid mighty cheap living His responsibili ties are no less nor any less important than those of Delany of the Times of Dana of the Sun or Villemessant of tne Debate In a very real sense he in terDrets to his world the world outside its activities its ambitions and its angularities He mu t use discretion and yet not too much act and discernment and a discriminating taste he is to show the way to blaze the path to kindle the light and jo make glad the hearts and he is to do it all for love ot the work for the empty honor and for those plaudits the more valuable because they are unpurchased There is no instance of his achieving monument yet is his reputation aboveprices It is not recorded of niany that they are so much as remembered yet have they builded wisely and only such are renowned as degrade their calling by falling by the wayside into the less honorable stations of Cabinet Minister United States Senator or Consul to Mombasa QUEER H ACCIDENT Colt Caught in Recent roodand Carried Ajay Without v BingI1urt The following was sent m by our Valley Hill correspondent One of the most if not the most mi raculous as well as a very peculiar ac cident happened few nights ago dur ing a heayy rainfall when a nare and colt about two weeks old belonging to Thos A Grundy were caught hear the large bridge just above the Grundy home by a large body of water that came down immediately after the del uge and the colt was washed over a watergate under the bridge and carried on by the swift current under the L N trestle a distance of 30 feet or more below the bridge and finally landed some two hundred yards below on a nide grassy spot that was being overflowed and as the water spread over considerable more space after emerging from the trestle abutments the cjolt was enabled to strike mother earth again and proceeded to walk out ot his peril ons position safely away from dancer none the worse off by his dangerous journey in angry wateis with the ex ception of bearing a few trivial scratched and being well soaked The colt was at once restored to its mpther who seemed to yet think her young had been carried on and tried to plunge into the high water all the time neighing for the cOlt which is as fatand stout as any ofhis age and defies any of his family to show a more frightening experience The veracity of this story is verified by theowner MigrationIThe Annual I H- Our grandsires liveti on theold home I bornlWpAnd voice of shame and scoin Their life liq a stupid circle ran Dull fo folkswere they Hurrah foil the man with the moving vanIHurrah f r the first of May t How odd to stick tbjthe selfsame view Ceiling and floor and wall When agents at ten or halfpasttwo In automobile will call How odd consecutive years a span At one address to stay Huzza for theman with the moving van- HUlza for the first of May Midst all the city of house and flat Are some we have not seen They fill those vIsions o night begat By wanderlust I ween Tis out tis out for remain who can The prick of spring obey w Three cheers for the man with the mov ing van Hip hip for the first of May Up with the rugsgoodby farewell Meet you again maybe teB1WheneverChair and picture and pot and pan Haul them away away Oh follow the man witty the moving van For now is the first of May Edwin L Sabin in Womans Home Companion for May r Frightful Fate Averted I would have been a cripple for life from a terrible cut on thy kneecap writes Frank Disberry Kelliher Minn without Bucklens Arnica Salye which soon cured me Infallible for wounds cuts and bruises it soon cures Burns Scalds Old Sores Boils Skin Eruptions Worlds best for Piles 25c at Haydon Robertsons iAi M a i W l KW-CTVwlfWwls Its Up toYouMy Son boyOnejoyAndheightItsnightItst sfQylersWithOne leads thro wicked pleasure bowers That to the eye are fair dayYouwayIts uppertrailExacts behmdWere miseryIt At partings of the gateYour hand it low or If RightWhen lightItDenver I WtWt Wt Wt Wti I ISBItS of Local RoundUpt I Greene McMillan Mr Will E Greene bnd Miss Willie McMillan will be ma ned tonight at eight ocloqk at the Willard Hotel in Louisville Mr Neal Boblitt will be the only attendant Mr Greene and Miss McMillan drove to Lebanon this afternoon at which point they took the af ernoon train forth city I Both of the parties are among the- bes known and most popular young people of Springfield Miss McMillan is the accomplished d ughter of Mr and Mrs W T McM han while the groomtobe is the son f Mr and Mrs John F Greene He is a young business roan of this place a nd is very popular To the happy ouple The Sun extends its most hear y and sincere congratulations Dies of Tuber ulosis Mrs J Bo Williams one of the coun ties best known and most highly re spected citizens died at her home near Mooresvilie Saturday morning at 4 oclock after a lingering illness of consumption Mrs Williams was the daughter of Mrs Ehza Mitchell of Hardesty and is survived by her mother and one brother besides the husband and sev eral children Funeral Services were held at Camo Ground Sunday afternoon at 230 by Rev Baird after which the remains were laid to restby the side of loved ones who had gone before her and await her glorious entrance into the beautiful Beyond The Sun joins the many friends in ex tending condolence to the bereaved ones Fine Stallions Monday being April county court day the different horsemen of the county had their stallions on the street that the crowd mlghts e them and judge of their merits The time has been and not so very long ago that as a horse breeding point Washington county did not compar4 favorably with some of her sister counties However no one whp saw the stock on exhibition Monday could ay that the stock of this county does not come up to the standard Among the exhibitors were L D Baker with Red Bird MokoPearl Ca nought and Nelson II B B Leachman with Chestnut Dare Oscar Reynolds with Byre Syl Smith with his Chestnut stallion and others with fine stallions and jacks A Treat The cultured and pleasure loving people of Springfield were given a last night in hearing the impersonator Della Crowder Miller who gave a ren dition of Ben Hur at the Court House for the benefit of the Christian church By many of those who were present it was said that Miss Miller was the best impersonator who has ever been in Springfield v tt yY4 And he who treads it cannot fail To win if he be true But fickle folly gay with smiles Rules oer the other one And leads to ruin with her wiles It s up to you my son At the end of one long trail youll find That all the tears and moans And at the other end youll see- YoUr pleasures one by one trails you stand Will be great Post treat Brown Graham Miss Dora Brown and Mr Bernice Graham two of the best known young people or the Sharpsville country were married this afternoon at the residence of Rev J A Simms Rev Simms per forming the ceremony The bride is a sister of Mrs Robt A Noe and Mr Lev Brown of this place while the groom Is a prosperous merchant of Sharpsville Died In Shelby County Mrs Roberts who died in Shelby county last Friday was buried at St Rose Sunday morning the funeral ser vices having been conducted at Freder icktown by Father Pieters Mrs Roberts was a nativeof Washington county and was ttip daughter of Uncle Joe Willett Sh0 leaves a family to whom he Sun extends sympathy Acquitted John Po in of color was arrested Monday on the charge of having whis key in his ossession for the purpose of sale His trial was held before Judge Noe on Tu day and he was acquitted inasmuch ts he was able to account for the he hall The defense was W D Claybrooke WhiSktat THIEF Our Valley Hill Correspondent Writes of a Remarkable Quadruped Raffles One of the strongest incidents if not thefirst011ts kind to ever occur in this county was witnessed a few days ago at the farm of Hughey Goatley and son of this place On their farm is an unusuallv large tobacco barn in which the hens had taken to laying daily and although this fact was eydent it was impossible to tell where and how the eggs so mys teriously escaped detection without evi dence of their whereabouts This mystery was solved to the sur prise of every one on last Thursday af ternoon when a Jicer Rabbit was caught stealing the prized eggs The rabbit was of the common gray species that is so well known to all our readers out was possessed of an unusual amount of intelligence When caught in the act of theft the rabbit did not run as would be expected but stopped laid the egg gently down stood up and viewed his captors then gently picked it up again and returned to the barn with it After this the rabbit was not molested but it is presumed that he ate and enjoyed it Although tis strange it is neverthe less true and we never saw or heard of a similar incident Use Kentucky Star Flour to bake your Cakep and make Biscuits Its light pure white and healthful l ti2llp 1J T Marion County Falcon and Ent irprise Mr William Lewis only son of Mr John E Lewis died al Ray wick Tues day morning of pneurno ia having been sick only two pays I eceased was an unusually well known a dpopularyoung man and highly esteemed by all who knew him On Friday last the Fiscal court and the Empire Bridge Company reached an agreement in regard to the Calvary bridge It Was decided that the bridge had originally been built too short and that an extension of 50 feet on the South end was necessary At an agreed pr ce of 2050 the Bridge Company agreed to replace the bridge with the extension of 50 feet The work will commence on or before July 1st Dr Buckley the Federal Veterinan an of WashingtonD C who came to this county last Week upon the invita tion pf DrEisenman the State Veteri jiarian for the purpose of applying the mallein tests to Mr J H Christies stock left yesterday morning after making a verbal statement of the con ditions as he found them to Dr Kobert a member of the County Board of Health At an examining trial held last Satur dry before Judge Bur ton night policeman Joe Carmney who shot Billy the Kid Sunday morning April 11 was acquitted The court upon hearing the evidence promptly decided that at the time of the unfortunate affair Mr Carmney was performing his duty as policeman and the killing was in self defense Mrs Elizabeth Miles and Mr Leo H Miles both well known in the Chicago ection were united in marriage at Chicago Tuesda The marriage was a bit unusual that the bride wasa sisterinlaw of the groom She is 26 years of age ar d he is four years her junior The gr om is a prominent young farmer BOLC BURGLAR Visits Home of Mr Thomas Jack son and Is Shot Down While Entering Window In Night Time Danville Advocate Mr Thomas Jackson the prominent young farmer residing just out ot town onthe Shaker town pike was awakened between two and three oclock yesterday morning by a terrible noise at the South window Half asleep he jumped from the bed apd grabbed his trusty rifle and in a flash fired a charge into thA window at the form of a man on the outside with uplifted hands apparently trying to gain entrance The loud report of the gun in the stilly night hours fully awakened the young farmer and he heard the intruder fall to the ground with a dull thud To the telephone he hastened and called tip Chief of Police W Logan Wood and informed him of hs successful attack on a villianous burglar He was commended The night policemen were ordered to the scene In the yard nearby the window was found cold in death a large black valuIableLOCUST GROVE Mr W S Gibbs and son Clyde of ShelbyvHle were the guests of Mr Ed Birch Sunday night Mitt Leachman of Pleasant Grove spent Saturday night with his father J S Leachman Mrs Belle Kays is spending several weeks with Mrs EllaLitsey Mr Lloyd Sims and wife Qf Duncan spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr George Moore and wife 1 Mr Will Deer and wife of Sharps vill4were the guests of Mr James Brown and wife Saturday and Sunday Mrs Rate Moran and children of Litsey spent Sunday with her sister Mrs Tom Baker Mrs A L Litsey visited her daugh ter Mrs Beulah Claybrooke last week Mesdames Lizzie Reed and Bessie Birch spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs Julia Leachman D4r tr j ril SHOOTING SCRAPES riT One at Poortown and the Other at WillisburgNobody Killed Some of the Poortown negroes again went on a rampage Sunday when Jim Phillips better known as Jim Monk it is alleged got too much bug juice and proceeded to do some cannonading Jim Brown and Jim Reed both colored were shot by Monk It is said that others than Philips were celebrating quite a good deal but he was the only one to do any shooting The man who was shot was not serjously hurt itJ A young boy by the name of Baker was shot at Willis burg Sunday but t there is some doubt as to who did the shooting several boys being charged with it The Baker boy is not danger j ously hurt JENSON TON T Mr Henry Reynolds is making prep- arations to build a new store at this place Mr Charlie Drugan has recently ved to the house yacated by Mr Imo Key Miss Georgia Cocanougher spent a few day last week with relatives in J Marion county Mr Harrison Coyle lost a valuable mule colt last we kofMr R W Edwards has received his new spring goods Miss Bettie Reynolds spent from Wed nesday until Friday at the home of her uncle Mr George Cocanougher Brother Hatchett willpre chittLoogIRun school house on Saturday night May 1st Mr Pat Staten wife andlittledaugh ter passed through here on their way to their home at Fenwick after visiting Mr Wm Stewart and family near BrumfieldSMr Charlie Cocanougher wife and it little son Luther of Boyle county visi ted his parents Saturday night and Sun daySMrs N E Myres celebrated her fiftieth birthday on last Wednesday Apnl 21 There were several guests present among them being her childrenSand grandchildren The day was quite li an enjoyable one and they all left hopilug to meet on many more such happy occasions SYCAMORE VALLEY Miss Zelma Mcllvoy of St Catharw ine was at home from Friday until j Monday t JS S Thomas and family spent Sat urday and Sunday with Mr Thomas brother Will Thomas Mrs John Crow and two little daUgh ters spent a few days last week with Mr and Mrs Crow at Sparrow t Mrs B H Mcllvoy is improving at thiswriting Mrs Hanby still continues on the sick list Mr and Mrs Sabe Coulter and son Cecil spent last Wednesday with Mr and Mrs T W Sutherland V Mr and Mrs Torn Bailey and little V son J H visited their parents at Texas Sunday Mrs Sol Kays entertained at dinner 4 Thursday Those present were Mr and Mrs Chesser and two little daughters and son Gilbert Mrs J M Shields and two sons Raymond and Truman j Mrs J D Sutherland spent a few days last week with her parents at Sparrow Mr James Settles who suffered a stroke of paralysis last week is slowly Improving Several from here attended county J court Monday Mrs Will Bowles spent Wednesday with Mrs J D Sutherland Sunday School is progrdssininicely under the management of T W Bailey J D Sutherland sold a sow arid eight Ipigs for 15rorA Healing Salve for Burns Chapped Nanda 1 and Sore Nipples ii iAs a healing salve for burns sore sore nipples and chapped hands Chain berlains Salve is most excellent It al lays the pain of a burn almost instant ly and unless the injury is veryseveri heals the plrts wIthout leavina scar JHaydqnmadefKentucky Star Flour Best Try Kentucky Star Fiour SogoxL 1 1 r t- Si w wr Trt t IIi J T i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WESNESDAY APRIL 28 1909 XT RAG 0 jD itCLOTHES FOR L c hold their shape arid their wear through so much more banging about that tho in the beginning they eein to cost no less in the end they are far cheaper f i than clothes vHiich seemed cheapejr on the price tag All XTRAGOO clothes are cut extra full and made extra strong Te knee pants are lined all throughbuilt with the Seat of Wear which not only makes them fit better but also give double serviced The RobertsonClaybrook Co IncorporatedtIF IDOS and DONTS By our Valley Hill Correspondent rWheri bits of news are stale dont j criticise the correspondent for it every time as it isnt his fault always and we have a right to know during eight years experience in the position of press reporter we find m ny aggrayat bits cf sauclness in our citizens Sometimes we get ussed out not 1 vingMr So Sos name forI whenwe had it in our letter the betore and got a hckin for it Now how na correspondent satisfy anybody if everybody doesnt co operate with him County news is what we want Every one of us delight In read ing p good spicy letter from every place within the county yet we willnot help one bit to have our own village represented Now try sending your visitors names your sales or purchases your ills or good luck grievances or misfor tunes and above all accidents fires deaths j births marriages fights etc Dont ever say you forgot you had any Viitorsthat is slighting company And do not buy something you are ashamed of or sell something you would not like for any one to know about because that would brand you as a jockey at once Ifyou are ill let your neighbor in8 the neighb9ring county or State readit in your Home column by telling your local correspondent Everyone appreciates readingabout- a peculiar incident Tell your experiences t1 If you have a fire telephone us and we will let it be known far and near We do not represent a paper that s confined to one county alone but The Sun shines in every State in the union and l1eetsaniious recipients in foreign lands Ifany of your family dies we sympa thize with you Let us know all abott it and we will tell the people so through the columns otour local paper If thereis a birth is your family gee how glad every reader will greet the news Tell us Andif you ever have a wedding n the family be sure to tell your local correspondent He will devote an 1ourstim in eulogizing the bride and O D MEDA 1r SEDS I w 4X cover up all bad traits of the groom by gilded thought in a beautifully portrayed pen picture and then some one will show his gratitude by saving it was well enough but he didnt say enough about one or the oth r and of ter a dozen criticisms and never speak of one remedy Help us Try to support your county paper It deserves vour patronage You oweit 3a duty to yourself a substantial sup port Now about fights Of COUrse a fel newspaIIperby UiE1way did you t ever think thatJn such a case if your local correspondent gets up a half col umn about Mr Johnson getting a black eye by being hit witha brickbat in the hands of Mr Jackson the two gentle men will avoid a fuss ever after rather than suffer the humiliating insinuations of fellow friends Tnat helps Prevents furtner disturbances in yourI locality and preserved law and Study it over and then do not it up but continue to tell your local rid nt all know Well we Iybut dont do It Tell us anything apIit whenIyousee letterFeachyour part Do it now Get your note book and every time you see or hear anything good tell it to me Now this is not intended for Valley- Hill citizens altogether Sometimes we get a winning smile over a letter as well as a few cussms But that doesnt matter We stand the blame And 1 wantevery mothers son of youIana gjris too Heaven bless l wont do to leave them out to IP1 your local news vender to getup an yourrespecdlveI ondas right st g ms and outSLcnt t SWE etest r se ith spicy news News is the fofour paper We want 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 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 SEEDSapretty gooc proposition for you J M Trent Willisburg Ky n ws Help us to get it and your re ward will be great in the knowledge to be had through your home paper Get busy Do your best and us poor devils will do as we can Any old thing will be acceptable to the writer please send it in early each week Wishing to see a newsy letter from every single one of our former correspondents in our paper next week we remain as aljvays a loyal friend to The Sun jJAS MORAN JR A BALL GAME Interesting Account As It Was Seri By the Grocery Keeper The game opened Molasses at the stick Smallpox was catching Cigar was in the box and had plenty of smoke Horn was claying at first base faseCourr pire When Ax came to bat he chopped and Cigar let Brick walk and Sawdust filled the bases Song made a hit and Twenty made score Every foot of ground was kicked and said Ap pIe was rotten Then Cherry tried it ibut was a wild one When Spider caught the fly the crowd cheered Old Ice kept cool as the game went on until he Was hit by a pitched ball and you ought to have seen Ice scream Cabbage had a good head and kept quiet Old Grass covered lots of ground in the field Organ refused to play so bread loafed and put him out In the ttfth inning Wind began to blow about what he could dp and Hammer began to knock then Trees began to leave Knife was put out for cutting first base There was lots of betting on the game but when Glass fell they went broke but Soap cleaned up They all kicked V hen Light was put put The way they roasted peanuts was a fright Balloon went up in the air when Pigs began to root The score was 1 to 0 when Arple told Fiddle to take his base Oats was shocked Song made another hit and Trombone made a slide but was putout Meat was put out at the plate Its aTop Notch Doer Great deeds compel regard The world crowns its doer Thats 1hy the American people have crowned Dr Kings New Discovery the ing of Tnroat and Lung remedies Every atom is a health force It kills germs and colds and la rippe vanish It heals coughracked membranes and qoughing stops Sore inflamed tub and lungs are cured and hem rrhg s cease Dr Geo More Black Jack N C writes it cured me of lung trou ble pronounced hopeless by all doctors 50c 100 Tritl bottle free Guararj teed by Haydon Robertson Faithful Service Bardstown Standard Mr R H Ede of Mattingly Moore Distillery lIen the death Jf Pete a faithful mule Pete was brought to Bar fstown from Washington county by Mx Henrjy Edelen twenty years ago this m nth and has never missed being on duty a timeIPage and brought to Nelson with Pete was pensioned about five years ago and has since lived in clover Pete however worked on until death and such faithful service ig certainfy de serving of mention A Mild Laxative ForBabys Bowels Doctor Points Out Dangers of Pills and Cathartics Salts purgatives and violent cathartics are dangerous when given babies children or dellpate women says a well known dot r Neither should thy bo given medicines containing narcotics for stomach or bowel troubles heedIof pr CaldwelPs Syrup Pepsin for baby thojstomach remedy Itls safe and pleasant to take and has cured old people of chronic constipation and dyspepsia of many years standing and yet is harm less for a baby ns many a Ifappy mother can testify It brings natural daily move mcnts sweetens the stomach aids dl gestion and stimulates the torpid liver to proper action The children like It Late Weathers the popular hotel man In In dianapolls says The children like it withoutlitold baby of Indigestion with It Mrs Willis Jamaica Vtaays it saved her babys life Mrs A B Cunningham Frtsno Calif says she cant keep house without It It cured her little son of rheumatism and stomach trouble Mrs Flora Hebrew Bow Creek Ian says Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin cured my ljttle girl of constipaton jl cannot recommend your splendid remedy too highly for children Mrs Mary E Young Burlington la writes I cheerfully recommend It to mothers as the best laxative for children Mrs Alice Miller Canal Dover Ohio has used Jr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin with splendid results asa laxative for children All druggists sell it at 60c and 100 per bottle Pepsin Syrup Co 301 Cald well Bldg Monticello Ill will send a free sample to any one who has never used it and will give it a fair trial For sale by The Red Cross Drug Swre tUIII The Iconoclast With whoop and hqoray and a clatter of noise Our Willie makes merry with trinketst and toys Hebulldsoh a wonderful castle in Spain With turret and gable and steeple and vane Andthenah a beautiful princess he spieS With lips like a cherry and eyes like the skies- Gallantly he opens the gate to the maid All spangles and laces and gaily arrayed Hark Now from the west swoops a band fierce and strong Their Import is evil their purposes wrong Fast down on the beautiful maiden they rideThe Princess Of Dreams that they seek for a bride Behold At the gate stands our Willie with might And shouts in derision I dast YQu to fight And then with a stroke of his terrible sword dashes them all to oblivions hordetHe IconoclastIst But er falling ruin cart injure his bride Our Willie is there with a rush at her sMe And sratching her up in a grasp pure and god He carries her off to his home In the w od And snug in a cot by the sweetscented wi v They ve ever afterward happy alway 00 0 Tickle Grass Pay as you go makes the mare go- Gocd resolutions and good ball players dont amount to much without practiceC6 fc 6 When mother has told Willie he cannot have another piece of cake he never falls to come in to the parlor and ask again before the company He may not get the cake but he knows mother will not leave her- frIendsto whip him O O O- Effective The other day our neighbor aimed a blow at a fly that was crawling on the breakfast table He missed the fly but his effort was not wholly wasted He knocked over his little boy spilled the coffee pot on the family cat broke three plates and a cup and saucer and did ten dollars worth of damage to the furniture and his wifes feelings Ackley Ind Target 0OOBy the WayJ A man can almost always earn adol lar quicker than he can on- ettt fr A Cdllow grows suspicious Kf the man who always forgets when the forgetting will help the forgetter a You can never tell about the dull boy in school He may take a splendid lead in the race for bread butter and champagne 4 a lion and the lamb may lie down IThe but it is dollars to dough nuts that the lion will sleep easier than the lamb if they do l1Idoes almost her headgear asks an Iowa newspaper A Nebraska guessIA roll Bourse In hair of an editors wife you can almost always Ibid a puff 00OThey Read Them In the advertisement of Lyon Son last wok appeared a typographical error the word bananas being spelled bananar Tin I3ulflln force has liwii subjected n great ianTount of kidding by reason of the error the general supposition be lug that we are froth Arkansas Be that as it may theres one thing sure the people read Bulletins ads and the merchant who makes a bid for trade through those columns Is sure to get re sults Berthoud ICOI Bulletin 000Pl- ease Tell Us Standing In line before the money or der window at the post office yesterday wore twi men One of thorn was next but as his turn camo he permitted a wom an to jtep in ahead of get an or her When she was through the man let another woman in ahead of him This made the other man mad Sayhe said to the man ahead please dont be a gentleman at my expense Im in a hurry Was he right or not Denver Post J v II io t t i f Object to Strong Medicines Many people object to taking the strong medicines usually prescribed by physicians for rheumatism There is no need of internal treatment in anv case of muscular or chronic rheumatism and more than nine cut of every ten casesof disease are of one or the other of these varieties When there is no fever and mayknowthat quiCkreliefJJYHaydon Drug Co Keep At It An exchange pertinently remarks concerning the value of steady and per sistent advertising- At nearly every country crossing can be seen the sign rook out for the cars Now everybody knew that it was a railroad crossing the day the line was laid and finished When the sign was put up it took two days for evfery inhabitant to become familiar with it In a week every child could read it backward Did the railroad take it down No if they had the warning would have been forgotten in a week and smashups would have resulted One time advertisements act the same way You must keep everlastingly at it like the railroad STATE OF OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO 1 SS VFrank he is senior partner of the firm of F JCheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and State afore said and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HallJs Latarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December A D 1886 SEAL A W GLEASON NOTARY PUBLIC Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly and acts directly on the blood and mucuous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY CO Toledp 0 Sold by all druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills lor consti patoji Weak Heart Action There are certain nerves that control the action- of the heart When they become weak the heart action is impaired Short breath pam around heart choking sensation palpi tation fluttering feeble or rapid pulse and other distressing symptoms fol low Dr IVIiles Heart Cure is a medicine especially adapted to the needs of these nerves arid the mus cular structure of the heart itself It is a strengthening tonic that brings s edy relief Try it fFor years I suffered with what I thought was sto ach trouble when the doctors told me I had heart trouble I had tried many remedies When the Dr Miles almanac came Into my hands and I concluded to try Dr Miles Heart Cure I have taken three bottles and now I am not suffering at all I am cured and this medicine did It I write this In the hope that It will attract the at tenUon of others who suffer as I did MRS D BARRON 804 Main St Covington Kj Your druggist sells Dr Miles Heart Cure and we authorize him to return price of first bottle only If It falls to benefit you Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind liJ1JlmuuwJimnll11J1DJUJDJUlHo Black Giant Ahandsome 15 hand Black Jacksfine a looking Jack as you can find any where and an extra breeder Will StoneISpringfield on the Springfield and Bloomfield turnpike at 10 for mare mule and8Jot horse mule Insure a living colt Lein retained on colts until season is paid Youare cordially Invitedto call and ro see my stock A B HUNDLEY PHONE 47 Springfield y JlillliIUHWIaIJlUlHiIIHIJlIiJJIm mJlIIUIilUm El IF YOU WANTIHE BEST FLOURASK YOUR GROCER FOR Pride of Washington or Spring if Ids Choici IMANUFACTURED BY J W JARBOE CO 1 Highest markets price paid for WHEAT r4Constipation Mr L H1 Farnham a prominent saysLChamberlains 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 Slogans 6bFREE Sewing Machine runs lighter than any other 19FREE lasts longer than any otter FREE is more beautiful than any otter Ihas less vibration than any other FRE is easier to operate than any other FREEmakes a more perfect stitch than any otter fREE tisthe Lest of all corn Lined in one FREE SEWING MACHINE GO CHICAGO ILLINOIS ROBERTSON CLAYBROOK CO Agent A Springfield Ky E gr vingI CardsrlWedding Invitations Reception Invitations Etc Etc Anything You Call For Any Styli You Want The Sun is prepared to take your order for Visiting 3C- ard Invitations of all kinds Etc in fact anything you may want in the printed line Will print oi Engrave The best of work Guaranteed Come to see us Satisfaction Guaranteed Moderate Prices t We also make a specialty of 1 i Engraved Letter Heads En fvelopes Etc I TheSpringfield i Sun J J THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WE IIfTjL 1 IQCU t9 If1e Sf IjARGARfT IIAYO I COPYRiGHT 1908 BY DODD HEAD AND COMPANY The deacon was saved from further exclamationtromwlidowOh look something has happened she cried Theres a crowd They are coming rthls way Douglas crossed quickly to Juliassldp and saw an excited mob collect ing before the entrance to the main nomoredoor panting with excitement and roll lI g her large white rimmed eyeballs dQnefallHartley say can dey bring her in heab 1 Of course said Douglas hurrying outside There were horrified exclamations attheesonage t In their helpless IndIgnation they turned upon the little deacon feel enjoyingthetoward the door when he was sudden ly thrust aside by Douglas In the young pastors arms was a- white burdenojijtjivu Ui UUlUUIIUy her slender arm hung lifeless over Ms shoulder The silk stocking was torn from one bruised ankle her hair fell across her face veiling It fronf the un- frIendly glances of the women Doug las passed out of sight up the stair If way without looking to the right or left followed by the doctor Mandy reached the front door In time to push back a crowd of intrudeIers She had barely closed when It was thrust open by Jim Where Is she 1 he demanded uGoway fum here cried Mandy as her eyes unconsciously sought the stairs Jim followed the direction of her glance and cleared the steps at a botrad Mandy pursued him muttering angrily Deacon Elverson too was about to follow when a grim reminder from Miss Perkins brpught him around and he made for the door Instead He started back on opening It for stand lug on the threshold was a clown in his grotesque makeup His white clothes were partially concealed bynI large traveling ulster held together by one button In one hand he carried a small leather satchel In the other a girls sailor hat A little tan coat was y thrown across his arm The giggles of the boy hiding behind his mothers skirt were the only greetings received by the trembling old niiifln the doorway He glanced uncertainly from one un friendly face to the other waiting for a wQrd of invitation to enter but none came p r Excuse me he said I Just brought some of her llttle things Shed betterput on her coat when she goes out Its gettin kinder chilly He poked again into the blank faces Still no one spoke He stepped forward trembling with anxiety A sudden fear clutched at his heart the muscles of his face worked pitifully the red painted lips began to quiver It aintIt aint that is it he faN tered unable to utter the word that filled him with horror Even Miss Perkins was momentarily rtouched by the anguish In the old Tmans voice guess you will find ithe person you are looking for up 7 The pa tlted clown stood done Stairs she answered tartly an- dtftouncedt out of the house calling to Julia and the others to follow her and declaring that she would soon let folks 0know how the parson had brought a circus rldin girl into the parsonage The painted clown stood alone look lug from one wall to the other then crossed the room and placed the alli tt gator satchel and the little coat and hat on the study table He was care ful 9tto wrinkle the coat for this f V was Pollys birthday gift Jim and he had planned to have sandwiches and soda pop on the top of the big wagon when they offered theln treasures to night But now the wagons would soon be leaving and where was Pol ly1 He turned to ask this question as Mandy came down the stairs Well if dar aint anudder one1 she cried Never m nd Mandy said Douglas who was j 1st behind her carrying a small water pitcher and searching for beenIgenIeS You can take these upstairs he told her when he had filled the pitcher j with water and found the liquor Mandy looked threateningly Toby then wayIman pleas was greetlng4thatI Toby had received and found voice to ask whether Polly was badly hurt The doctor hasnt told us yet said Douglas kindly IIm her Uncle Tobynot her real the old man explained but thats what she calls me 1 couldnt come out right away because In on In the concert Could 1 see her now please Heres the doctor said Douglas as Hartley came down the stairs follow ed by Jim Well doctor not bad I hope Yes rath r bad said the doctor adding quickly as he saw the in Tobys face but dont be Shes going to get well alarmedI Howlong will it be before we can have her backbefore she can ride j again 1 asked Jim gruffly as he stood apart twisting his brown worn hat in his hands Probably several months said the doctor No bones are broken but the ligaments of one ankle are torn and she received a bad blow on the head It will be some time before she recovers consciousness What lire we goin to dd Jim asked Toby helplessly takeIseeing desperation writton dn their faces Here The looked at him crediiloiislvt AfliT this was a parson InI Where tie her parents the doctor asked looking at Jim and Toby She dint got no parents celt Tohy an me replied Weve took care of her ever ince she was a baby j Sfob I see said the doctor Well one of youd better stay hor uhtil she can be moved Thats the tronbqWe cant said Toby hanging You see sir circus folks is like soldiers No mat gorWell welL shell be safe enough here said the doctor It Is a fortii mnnIbeen rattler puzzled as to what weve to do hISjleaewitbupon patient later Jim shuffled awkwardly toard tIP pastor Its mighty pood of you to do this he mumbled but she aint goln to be no charity patient Me an Toby is goin to look after herikeep Her wants will be Very few Doug las answered kindly You neednt trouble much about that I mean it said Jim savagely met Douglas glance of surprise IIaI determined look for he feared that chance of being useful to Polly might bo slipping out of hrs life You mustnt mind Jim the clown pleaded at the pastors elbow You see pain gets some folks different killder1makCRi swered quickly lila own life lad been so lonely that he could under bigLthink best about thee things Mandy land I will look after the rest Jim hung his head feeling somehow that the pdistor had seen straight In to his heart find discovered his petty weakness He was about to turn to ward the door when It was thrown open by Barker Where Is she shouted the manager looking from one to the other She cant come said Jim In n low steady voice for he knew the storm of opposition with which Barker would meet the announcement Cant come shrieked Barker OtI course shell come I cant get along without her Shes got to come He- looked at Jim who remained silent and firm Why aint she comlnT he asked feeling himself already defeated V IShes hurt bad was Jims lacqnlc reply I1he devil she isl said Barker at Douglas for confirmation JR that right She wont be able to travel for some time sakl Douglas Mr IJnrkcr Is our manager Toby explained as he eIket1hls way to the pastors side I atIas though he were to blam for their misfortune Well you just bet she will he declared menacingly See here Barker dont you talk to thcIif lip is a parson Barker turned away He was not a bad hearted man but lie was Irritated and upset at los- Ing the star feature of his bill Aint this my dodgasted luck he muttered to himself as his eye again traveled trt the boss canvasman You get out of here Jim lie shouted an start them wagons The shows got to go on Poll or no Poll He turned with his hand on the doorknob and jerked out a grudging thanks to the pastor Its ail fired good of you to take her in he said but Its tough to lose her Good night Ie banged the door and clattered down the steps Jim waited He was trying to find words in which to tell his gratitude None came and he turned to go with a short Goodby Good night Jim said the pastor He crossed the room and took the big fellows hand Much obliged Jim answered gruff ly It was his only polite phrase and he had taught Polly to say It Doug las waited iilitil Jim had passed down the steps tmeh turned to Toby who still lingered near the table Youll tell her how it was me an Jim had to leave her without saylu goodby wont you sir Toby pleaded Yes indeed Douglas Til jes put this little hit of money into her satchel He picked up the little brown bag that was to have bnPolly birthday gift Me an Jim will be sendin her more soon Youre going to miss her Im afraid Douglas said feeling an L resistible desire to gain the old mans confidence Lord bless you yes sir Toby an swered turning upon him eagerly ulp an Jim has been father an moth AO matter what happcn8 thC8h to on W1lf81 er nJjesabouteverytliing to little one She wasnlt much biggern a handful of peanuts when we begun aworrylu about her Well Mandy will do the worrying now Douglas laughed Shes been dying for a chance to mother soine body all along Why she even tried It oh me I noticed as hov some of those church people sceined to look kinder N n ueerltlnnr said Toby an I been uwonderln if mebbe they might feel the same about her Oh theyre all right Douglas nfIsured him Theyll be her friends no time Shes fit for em sir Toby plead ed Shes good clean Into tire mid dIe of tier heart Im sure of Hft Dougns answered Ive heard how some church folks feels towards us circus people sir an 1 Jes wanted you to know that there aint finer families or better mothers or fathers or grandfathers or grandmothers anywhere than among us V1iy that glrFgjmot her rode the horses afore her an her mother afore that nl her grandmother an1 grand father afore that an there aint no body whats cared more for their good name an their childrens good name an her people has You see sir Circus folks IB all IJike that TheysJcs like one big family They tends to their business an takes good care of tlielrselves They tins to or they couldnt do their work Its cause Im leavln her with you that Im sayiu all this the old man apologized Im glad you told me Toby Douglas answered kindly Ive never known much about circus folks Uiguess Id better be goln Toby faltered as his eyes roved hungrily toward tho stairway Ill send you our route an mebbo youll be lettln us know bow she Is Indeid I will Douglas assured him heartily You might tell her well write ever day or so he added DNESDAY APRIL 28 1909 a111 tell her Dduglas promised earnestly Good night The old man hesitated unwilling to go but unable to find stayingGoodDouglas extended his hand toward the bent figure that was Shout to shuffle past him The withered hand of the white faced rlown rested in the strong grasp of the pastor and his pale little eyes sought the face of the stalwart man before him A numb desolation was growing in his heart The object for which hn had gem on day by day was being left behind and he must stumbld forth into ho night alone Its hard to leave her he mum lldhut the show has got togo on The door shut out the bent old figure Douglas stood for isome time where Tohy hind left him still think lug of his prophetic words His rev erle was broken by the sounds of the departing wagons the low muttered rursc of the drivers the shrieking nod TON of the animals as the clr tistraI1l moved up the distant hill The show has got to go on he re peated as he crossed to his study table and seated himself for work In the dim light of the old fashioned lamp He put nut one Hand to draw the sheets of his Interrupted sermon to ward him hut Instead it fell upon a small sailor lint He twisted tle hat tibscntly In his fingers not yet realiz- Ing the new order of things that was coming Into his life Mandy tip oed softly down the stairs She placed one pudgy forefinger on her lips and rolled her large eyes skyward Dat sure am an angel chili straight from heb ben she whispered She done got a face Jes like a little flower Straight from heaven Douglas repeated us sIll crossed softly to the ta ble and picked up the satchel and coat You CUll leave the lamp Mandy I must finish tomorrows serrnoriJ She turned at the threshold and shook her head rather sadly as she saw the imprint of the days cares on the young pastors face Yo1 mus be powful tired she sUd uNo no not at ail Good night Mandy She closed the door behind her and Douglas was alone He gazed absent ly at tIe puges of Ibis unfiished ser non as ho tapped his idle pen on the deskuThe show has got to gOon he repeated and ftr up the hillside with the slow moving wagons Jim and Toby lookedivitli Unseeing eyes into the dim starlit distance and echoed the thought The show has got to go onjContinued next week Sure After all declared the wise guy there is no nature aker more dangerous to the community than the geezer that sold my wife a sealskin tacket for 300 and which was found to be rabbit hide worth 2- 9IColJohn I Bay 153 hands fine style speed and action Six years old This colt 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 205i and two miles in 4281 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 Geprge Wilkes out of Syjvian Maid bv Aberdeen sire of Kentucky Union 207i COL JOHN Is dam is Kate Hundley sired by Naboth 1898 son of Washing ham by Geo Wilkes Kate Hundleys first dam was Helen H dam of Clarot 228A by Metropolitan son of Hamble tonian 10 and full brother to Rienna Victoridam of Euclid 219 and Princeton 22G Rienna Victoria sold for 4800 at McFerrans sale Second dam Nelly Anderson dam of Worry 228 by Gills Vermont sire of Bonner Boy 223 and dams of 13 in 230 or better also sire of the 3am of Gam betta Wilkes 219 sire of Eyelet 2OGJ Guinette 204 Lottie Lorin 2051 and seventyfive others better than 230 COL JOHN I will make the present season at 10 To Insure a Living dolt I LORD BACON Is afine Jack 15J hands fine bone and muscle He is by Dick Parrotts Jack he by Litseys Jack he by 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 breed are invited to tall at my stables 2J niles East of Springfield on the Springfield and Perry ville pile and see my stock Care will be taken to avoid accidents but will not be responsible should any occur Lien retained on all colts until season is pjiid and money due when colt is foaled or mare is parted with or bred elsewhere RH Edelen L ijp i 1 r 3 I y A GREAT BARGAIN MADE BY THE SUN 670 m 325From now and until the First of July The Sun willSoffer the following subscription bargain v HOME AND FARM thedSoutl1Ato the home and farm REGULAR PmgE One Year 50c THESUNYour local paper the news of your home town and cantaffofdtoREGULAR PRICE One Year 1 00 THE COSMOPOLITAN i todayItin the foremost rank Mailed direct to you until January 1 191- 0REGULAR PBICEvUtMt i vl 20 1909 WALL s ATLASlEng the Evening Post at a cost of 3500 Printed in colors pages 28x36 Por ofUnitedofarms ten mapsKentucky United States World Hawaii Porto Rico Philippine Islands Alaska Pana ma canal and zone historical and political directory of Kentucky facts figures and statistics RETAIL PRICEsisoTHEEV- ENING POST pagesdai1yfearlesseditormls toons womans pages best local pages childrens youraddressREGULAR PRICE 250 TOTAL VALUE 6 70 Price to you 325 1 throughcarrier cadeliverWRITEPH NEORDER TOD Y CALL SEND SEND ALL ORDERS TO 1 The Sun Springfield Ky FI Money Comes In Bunches to A A Chisholm of Tread well N Yf now His reason is well worth eading For a long time I suffered from indi gestion torpid liver constipation nervousness and general debility he writes I coaldnt sleep had no appe everydayThen used Electric Bitters Twelve bottles restored all my oldtime health and vigor Now I can attend to busi suedicineKidneys Blood and Nerves 50c at Haydon Robertsons Notiefe Poultry Raisers Now is the time of the year to feed your fowls a good tonic R4I144 cures Choleia Gapes Roup Canker and Limberneok When fed as a preventive it not only keeps them healthy but makes them lay Price 50o no cure no pay Guaranteed by your druggists Ha don Robertson and Red Cross Drug Store Ask for booklet on diseases of poultry t OGOOGCOGOCGGGGGQCGOOGGGGCO CX5OOCXXX5GGOOCGOOOGOOC5GOOOO THE SUN O3 Kfand TIMES oocxxx oooooooooooooooooooo ooYoocooooooocooooooS CLUBBING RATS IWITHDAILIES IThe Sun and The Louisville r Times one year S3 fin The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except SundayL 6 40 Same including Sunday 8 20 The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in the weekS S 7 The Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any three days in the we ksix months230T-he Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one year 280 The dailyHeraldThe EveningPost I t 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 28 igog y I SPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY j SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance H L SMITH Editor and Publisher intend at the at Spnngfield for transmission through the f mans as secondclass matter j IMS OF SUBSCRIPTION seyear flOO- Hi Months 50 Three Months 25 Ir Gov Willson some time ago par doned Caleb Powers and James Howard a lmused of complicity In the murder of exGovernor Goebel He completed his Twork last Friday when he issued pardons to WS Taylor Chas Finley John Powers and all the others accused of having been connected with this foul crime save the miserable Henry Yout sey who is serving a life term in the State penitentiary GovWilJson states that it is his belief that Youtsey and Youtsey alone without being aided or abettedby anyone killed Goebel This view might be tenable as to the innocence of Caleb Powers rnd James How y ard both of whom had been tried and GoVerrvnor says he had thoroughly studied be fore granting the pardons As to the last ones however the Governor had t no records to go by as they have been fugitives from justice since the killing of the lamented Goebel and not a one of them has stood trial We cannot say that we are surprised at the action of the Governor but we are sincerely disappointed It is a travesty on justice that one of the lead Ing men of this State should be foully assassinated and all save one of the ac i cused be freed by pardon J Yr iI NOTICE TO HUNTERS T t ceI are for bia hunting on their premises Parties ankY kintlor tresspassing with dogs upon the lands of any of the undersigned will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law This is done in order toprop test sheep arid stock of all kinds KEEP YOUR DOGS AT HOMEI J D Noel G L Warner R S NoeJ Jeff Matherl- yT H Noel Wm Bosley- A Gardner J D Shewmaker E G Cooksey James Riley W H Steel A J Botoms i Thomas Young W A Hayes Cash Shewmaker Jasen Holiday James Baker Robert Charley O J Hickerson R D Riley- J W Roberds Sabe Cooksey J H Hayes D Noel Parties desiring their names placed in this list may have it done by paying 25c k name Cash in advance ED Try Kentucky Star Flour So good STYLE Democratic Ticket CIRCUIT JUDGEI H Thurman COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY C 8 Hill of Marion County COUNTY JUDGEB L Litseyx COUNTY CLERK W F Booker CIRCUIT CLERK Rob Noe COUNTY ATTORNEY T Scott Mayes SHERIFFS J Anderson SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT JW Bush JAILERGeo D Catlett ASSESSORW T MitchelL SURVEYORWm G Roberts The SUN 1 Dr G T Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted with out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky Dffice in flagon Block up stairs Local News Notes Dont forget the CB corset You will need one for your new Princess dress Sold only by MRS WILLIAMS Canpbellsenports Prices to suit you SAY Your Buggy needs Painting See A C Kimball at old Casey Shop onMain street See Miss Willie Knotts new assort TheIall flce Buy Rapid Shine Stove Polish 5c per box JOE A SHADER 4 Try Kentucky Star Flour its made like grandfather used to make it We can please you in a stylish hatat popular price Try us fMRS WILLIAMS One suit cleaned and sed for 75c by Springfield Cleaningand PressingiJlub evrrydayMulhcan over Peoples Bank FOR SALE Four nice Duroc Guts and one Male hog out of the well known Shelby sow Hazy sired by Master piece L D BAKER Phone 1Q75 Springfield Ky Rtv 2 A line of new Spring Millinery just received that will suit everyone Prices ranging from the cheapest to the best Miss WILLIE KNOTT If you want strong healthy chickens s and turkeys feed them Enterprise Poul try Powders Positively cures napes Sold by HAYDON ROBERTSON Leachman Campbell have a beautiful line of GoCarts and BabyCarriages t Prices to suit you Come and see them booooooc ooooo mERir ShoesT AH the latest Springstyles of Oxfords and Ankle Straps for Ladies Misses and Children in Tans Blacks and Ooze Iat 2503 35PAll the Cheaper Grades for Ladies in fans and Blacks Mens and Boys Oxfords In Tans and Blacks A great line of Work Shoes J4 Gr JjiiiireTjig SI SS S1SISSS i 4IS OsS 1S SIS1SaS S SS SS SSS 8IS SIS SISI V Special Attractions For This week fl ln Our Mens and Boys Clothing Department I fSPRINGFIELDe 8 IJ MilIlinerybuying she can suit you In both price and hat FOR RENT Four roorns in flat on Main street These are nice rooms and in odd shape Next to First National BankI L A BpRNSI l FOUNDA black jacket in front of Catholic church Owner can have same by calliri h- advertisement at this office and paying for bargainBestcoats worth 550 for 400 MRS WILLIAMS SALE One firstclass secondhand upright Fisher piano Wilt sell reaSonable For further information call on ED M RUSSELL Try Kentucky Star Flour Its made like grandfather used to make it FLIESAItE HEREWe can not 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 D Baker has for Gregory Stigalla fine young jack This jack is fine built with large bone and is said to be one of the finest young jacks in the county Mrs J F Lankford a sister of Mrp W F Neikirk of this place died at her home near Lebanon Saturday night after a short illness of paralysis The burial took place Monday at Beth lehem church Besides Mrs Neikirk Mrs Lankford is survived by one broth er Mr B N Penick of Sta tion two sons and three daughters S C Campbell made the following sales county court day 10 yearling heifers at 19 per head 1 cow and calf 2830 1cow and calf S3250 1 cow 27 1 sow and 9 pigs 2125 2 stock hogs 340 each 2 nice gilts 101 ho oldfones lambs thrown in 24 sheen at570 per head 1 mare 10805 1 nice horse withdrawn at 130 1 mare and mule colt at 135 Johnny Excnn TeacherJohnny why are you so Ignorant as to your history lesson l Kid Well teacher you told me that Ignorance WM bliss 17 If you are thinking of a new suit for your selfor boy it will pay you to call on us we have a irprig for you Dont fail to see our stock i We are also offering some extra good things in ten IS Boys SHOES OATS SHIRTS AND TIES You can always find the newest here Special Prices ire made in our Ladies Suit and Skirt department See the new arrivals in silk and satine Petticoats Lingerie waists etc You Should Visit Our Carpet Department If You are looking for the Best for theJLeast Money We will appreciate a call No trouble to show goods here and we have- lots of them to show r 18 ilI 811 FOR farmed Penick Interesting Exhibit Herald In an Exposition full of Interesting and instructive exhibit it is difficult to call particular attention to one more than another as regards any special interest One of the most noteworthy however is the exhibit of the CompanyIstone was known to exist in any part of situatIfedKentucky can now however number among its many rich mineral deposits aI large tract covering lithographic stone discovered only a few years ago and now about to be placed upon the marI ket The German Lithographic Stone Company which owns this deposit of lithographic stone has an extremely attractive exhibit which shows htho graphic stone in various conditions from the rock as taken from the quarries up to the finished product with the transfers made upon it sand ready for printing On the walls of the booth are shown various styles and kinds of litho graphic work one of the interesting EXPOSition1Vhen t1mone small town en in Germany In addi Lion to fancy lithographic work such as stock certificates bonds letterheads checks etc almost all the beautiful ures I scabMange Cuts Sores on all Live Stock- DESTROYS ALL DISEASE GERMS f KILLSI ALL KINDS 6F LICEAND PARASITES We Have Lin Stock Red CrosSj art calendars that one sees have bpen printed from lithographic stone All canned goods sold by the grocers and having fancy labels all bear the im print made by some form of lithography Even the topical songs and pieces of music having colored front pages are printed from lithographic stone in the exhibit is one stone 42x64 inches which i the largest stone used in any press in the world Only some half a dozen houses in the United States have presses big enough to take this size stone This size is used principally for map making and color work In view of the fact that Kentucky is the only State in the Union able tp produce this valuablematerial it certain ly behooves every patriotic Kentuckian to make it a point to see this exhibit as it is both interesting instructive and one of which the citizens of the State r may well be proud Rheumatism More than nine out of every ten cases of rheumatism are simply rheumatism of the muscles due to cold or damp or chronic rheumatism In such cases no internal treatment fs required The free application of Chamberlains Lini ment is all that is needed and it is certain to give quick relief Give it a trials and see for yourself how quickly it re lieves the pain and soreness The med icines usually given internally for rheL matism are poisonous or very strong medicines They are worse than useless in cases of chronic and muscular rheumatism For sale by The Leo Haydon Drug Co = LAWN MOWER HEADQUARTERS If you want the best LAWN MOWER on earth go to Hatchett and Andersons They now have alarge stock Coof Whitman Barns lawn mowers A e 41JL Strictly High Grade Machine with the best quality steel ball cups and cones perfectly ground and dust proof If you need a lawn mower be sure to get our prices be fore buying We also have a nice line of lawn edgers sections and rivets for any mowing machine made and have bought them in a way as to sell cheap Cycle Grinders Cheap Garden Tools Of All Kindsi Garden Plows Rakes Hoes Spades Shovels Etc in fact anything you may need to raise a garden Come in and let us show you and get prices SPECIAL SERVICE GIVEN TO PLUMBING AND TIN- NINGilatcheffAnderson Springfield Kentucky x t J t t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 2Sr fgppj I kL THE PUREST4 To The Public You are cordially invited to be present af ou- rDemonstration on Saturday May 1st 1909t- o sample some of ij J HEINZ COS Fifty Seven Varieties of Pickles Soups and Ketchups T1tE NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANYS Crackers and Cakes And the SOUTHERN COFFEE COS French Market Coffee AT Katie Herttein BroS Everybody is Invited rCALL ON USI R M Arnold the Buggy Man The Danville Advocate says in part No business in Danville has enjoyed a more rapid growth than the establish ment of R M Arnold the buggy mari Six years ago the business was started and Mr Arnold was the only workman Later one mean was employed andalong with a general blacksmithing one bug f Ngy Per month was manufactured all work being done by hand From that small start the business has grown into a great enterprise the output now averaging over one complete vehicle daily Fourteen met are employed and maIchmeseis arid emery polishers all propelled by electricity Mr Arnolds buggies are used and recommended bvB C Boblitt Whar ton Tapp and by private usars all over the county There is no better buggy on the market as they are handmade and every pieceis tested before it is put on the buggy See MrA C Kimball before buying and let him show youliThe Arnold HandMade buggy The BedRock 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 eatry drgari and build up brain and body J A Harmon Lizemore W Va writes They are the nest pills I ever used 25e at Haydon Robertsons Kentucky Star Flour Bestriiade 4 LIBERAL OFFER IQSUBSCRIBERS of1heIa ime IAs a special inducement to all those in arrears to pay up and tg new sub scribers we will have mailed to them KentuckyIKentucky Farmer and Breeder of Lexington a weekly journal represen tatiye of ana devoted to the agricultural and lipestock interests of Kentucky and the South This vill give you your farmIpaperthe home paper alone This offer is open to all new subscribers or renewals who pay cash in advance iRead ad on si th page You will also find clubbing leadingidailies and wee e quoted include the Krentucky Farmer for three months NOTICE Kauffrhari Moyer Arnold and Enter prise buggies for sale They stand for allthat can be asked for in buggies Mogul Wagons Disc Harrows Corn Planters Tobacco Setters and The American Field Fence the best fence cjn the market in all sizes from the 55 inch fence made in No7 wire top and bottom and No 9 intermediate wire and stays to the 26 inch Hog Fence and the best Poultry Fence on the mar j ketat 40c per rod T A C KIMBALL In old Casey carriage shop on Main St Best Treatmentfor Colds IIMst ordiIDirycolds will yield to the simplest treatment says the Chicago Triune moderate laxatives hot foot baths a free perspiration and an avoidance of exposure to cold and wet after treatment Whie this treatment is simple requires considerabietroJIble- andf the one adopting it must remain indoors for a dayortwo or a fresh cold is almost sure to be contracted and in may instances pneumonia follows Is it not better ty piiuyuui faith to an old reliable preparation like Chamberlains Cough Remedy that is famous for its cures of colds and can always be depended upon For sale by The Leo Haydon Drug Co1 lMitfit tIt TOBACCO HOGSHEADS Id z OQOQOQOOQOQgaOOOOOOOOOOQOGft OOOOOOCXXX OQOOOOOO i Eare preparing to furnish our 1 customers with tobacco hogsheads this year We a rei tgood manufacture and prompt service 4 this when you buy Remem4 tbe also our + line is everything in the lline and we carry it in 1 4it WI have bought a large stock Now we must sell It i Springfield Lumber Co + 3 I IwTEETH Pain or Danger All WorkDone in this office is in respectevery I just asndvertised GUARANTEED flrstr1 IXUOvor McElroy Shaders s Grocery OOOdOoQoaQ DO o G Personal Notes I o 0 o Visitors In and Out of TownA n G Round Up of the Weeks 0 Personal I 9iI O OOJO Judge John Burton and Hon Clem S Hill of Lebanon were in town Mon day Mr Joe Bhillipps of Lebanon visited here Monday Mr W S Gibbsof Shelbyville weekrMr Will Hays of Bloomfieldwas the guest of Mr and Mrs David R Litsey Monday Mr WL Smith Louisville is visiting here T Irvine McElroy sPanta portion of last week in Louisville bLittle Miss Lucille Rice of Camp beflsvilie is the guest of her grand fat er Mr G S King Miss Lillian intersonhas returned to her home in Danville after a visit to Miss Eunice QNan jMr Leo Haydon has returned home after a three w etssayat Henderson vHIe N C Mrs W F Neikirk attended the funeral of her sister Mrs J F Lank ford in Marion county Monday Mr and Mrs T L Mudd of Louis yule are the guests of friends and rela- tiveS at this place this week Dr G T Burtonhasreturned from Louisville Mr J J McCabe visited his family at this place the first of the week rJ Irvin Wimsatt and little son of Louisville visited relatives here the first of the week Miss Flora Mudd is the guest of her brother r Dr Ed Mudd ot New Haven Mr Pat Bowman of Ear lstown was in town Monday Mr Ths L Grundy and fwife of Bloomfieldspent Sunday with his sif ter Miss Lyda Grundy of near town Mr El N Hundley of Lebanon was in town Monday George the little son of Mr and Mrs CJ Haydon is dangerously ill of pneumpnia Mrs Dillard Tapp of St Louis is the guest of Mr and MrS Dudley Tapp Mrs Ti J Nally of stown is visiting her daughters Bar lla Mont gori ery = Miss Elizabeth Smith has returned from a several days stay fa Louisville Mrs Lpn Mattingly and Mrs Mary Phillipps of Lebanon were here Mon day J Little Miss LillianON pl of Vir ginia is here to spend the summer with her atintMrsT E Hardesty it Master Joseph Edeleni of Louis ville1is visiting atr the home of Mr Greg Edelen Mrs J S Yankey and son Robert will leave next Monday fdrj New York where they will spend several weeks with relatives rMr S T Hamilton of Frederick town was in t6wn Monday Messrs CoF Haydon and F C Peters were in Lebanon Sunday Misses Fannie and Elizabeth Smith are spending several days with Mr and Mrs J R Smith of Bloomfield Squire Nimrod Hendren was in town today on business Messrs W F Booker Robt Noe Ed M Russell and Walter Riedel are going to Tatham Springs this week on a fishing trip Miss Gertrude Stocker of Barsd town and Misses Myrtle and Jenme Price are visiting at St Catherine Mrs J J McCabe has returned from Louisville Mr T E Hardesty has been visit ing at Dawson Springs Dr W W Hyatt pf Willisburg and Joe Wycoff of Mackville were among the county court day visitors Messrs Sam C Mackin ardW C Rogers of Lebanon were in town for county court t Mr Gray Cleaver and sister Mrs Coleman of Lebanon spent last Thurs day with friends in Springfield Messrs Evan Hagan and Louis Kelly were in Lebanon Sunday s SPECIAL SALE ON PridayandSaturdOF ALL THE LATEST STYLES AND PATTERNS IN Clothing Carpets Wall gaperand LacrCurtains Lace Curtains Lace Curtains worth0c35c Lace Curtains worthc50cLace Curtains worth 125 75c Lace Curtains worthI5o100 150II We are showing an unusual strong Jine of rptsW II Paper and Lace Curtains Call arild price them Carpets We have a large range of Patterns Grades and Styles in Carpets Which we will put in this ale at very low prices 4xminsters vv 1 05 rcI Ingrains worth 70C 60c 40cI t Mr Clellarid Cunningham who has been visiting his parents at jthis place returned to his home in Columbia S C last week rSri9Lt Mayes was in Louis villa andFrankfort last week Mr Will Stiles of Bardstown was in Springfield pneday last week Miss Margaret Moore of Bards town is the guest of Miss Margaret Spaldirig Mrs Leo Haydon arid three sons have returned from Bardstown after a three weeks visit to her parents Mr and Mrs JasHaydon- Messrs John Wycqff and 0 C Pace of Lebanon were here Sunday Mr andMrs S C VanArsdale are visiting friends and relatives in Columbus Ohio R Mrs Jas R Noe and children are spending the week at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs 50 VanArs dale at Pleasant Grove Ir J H Lampton and Master James Larnpton were in Louisville last week to have the eyes of the latter treated Hon John W Lewis who for the past three weeks has been holding court for Judge Ghelf at Leitchfield re turned home Sunday night During his absence Mrs Lewis has been visitirig relatives in Lebanon Mr and Mrs Edward Metz and daughter Miss Dorathy of Sherman Texas are the guests ot Miss Bettie Cray roftllrs Metz formerly made her home here she haying been before marriage Miss Lillian Craycroft Mr Dick Greene andMiss Matting lyMr CW Hagan and Miss Grace Kirk Mr Fred Galvin and Miss Grif Shuck and Mr Bernard Boulden and Miss Rose Buckner of Lebanon were guests of the Walton Hotel for supper Sunday evening Mr John F Thompson who has been confined tohis homeneartown for the past two weeks with pneumonia is improving Master Thornton Waters has discontinued the publication of his neat little paper The Evening Star for a w Ksuntii he can install some new machinery flowers and Plants I will have a fine display of flowers and plants in front of the court house Wednesday May 5 s GEO R MATTINGLY ClothingW- ewill make special prices on eactiand every garment in our clothing department in this special sale Suits up to 3000 for 2250 Suits up to 2006 for 1 500 Salts upto i5oi for 1000 Suits up to iz5 for800Sui- tsfupi toJooofor 700 Suits up to 806 for 500 Special- We h d are also showing and making special prices qn Dress Goods Silks and Wash Goods Call and ourisPrt L rrsrr Cunningham Duncan Co TEXAS Mr Deboe Brady Is very ill at this writing Hiss Mayree Arnold visited Miss May Edwards at Jensonton Saturday and Sunday Mr Mussen and wife of Perry ville are the guests of Mr J M Begley and family V t T Mrs A Y Hatchett entertained Mr and Mrs T A Hays at dinner Sunday Prof Durham and wile visited the latters parents at Springfield Sundav A large crowd attended the sale of Mrs M fe Drane deceased on iasNt Saturday afternoon Mrs Nancy Cocanougher of Long Run was the guest of her daughter Mrs RobtArnold last weekl Miss Emma Mattingly of Springfield spent last week with her brother Mr John Mattingly Miss Anna Arnold who has been vis ing her aunt Mrs Charlie Harmon of Lebanon for the past week has returned home She was accompanied by her cousin Irene Harmon Miss Mable Hourighan of Harrods bUigis the guestof her sister Mrs J C Gordon Miss FayCocanpugher is suffering intense pain With her hand which she burnt several davs ago It is feared brood poison will develop Mrs Steve Wilson and children of- Perryville were the guests of relatives at this place Saturday and Mr and Mrs Wilhelm Sundayj have resided in Pittsburg past two years reached here Friday night They will make their future home at this place Harriet Biggers colored died at the home of her brother Sam Bigger near here of consumption on TuesdayR Miss Margie Claybrooke is1 visiting1 relatives in Louisville this week IVe are glad to report Mr Bryan Ar able to be out again after an attack of appendicitis Mrs J C Gordon and daughter Margaret visited the formers parents in Harrodsburg last week Mr and Mrs J B Peyton are m Louisville Mrs Peyton has gone for the purpose of undergoing aruJJferatioiu it is reported that she is doing nicely NOTICEs Stockmen of Washington Gouniji a Night Hawk Jr Will make the season of 1909 at my barn at Texas at 10 to insure a Cqlfc until Weaning time NIGHT HAWK JR is considered the Fastest Trotting Stallion in the county and in order to prove what he can de 1 will challenge any horse after the season owned and making the seasoc of 1909 in Washington county on any mile track in the State RespectfullyD 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600 I Sunday Courier Journal one year 200 We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write ttis paper elll ele leI elI HIS FIRST AND LAST LIE RightjgoodsIsmoking compartment t with him 11 was bOrn of religious parents and brought up full of integrity Queerly enough however after I had reached the age of 151 longed to tell a lie I didnt care to lie about any particular JustaliarAnd J11siryears never other day did the opportunity come to me to tell a lie andi want to say to ypu that I am through with the business forever more Did the lie Fe1roadwere robbed The porter nabbeI the thief Just as he was ready to leave th2 train and all the victims were called up to say how much they had lost Saytinow I was mashed on =fri lit Ie blueeyed woman in tlecarandI new that slie took me for a swell tnveling incog The thlpf had got CO frfimnie but when I stood up beside blue eyes to give In my loss it seemed so mighty vulgar and plebeian to give l Jibe amount thin I couldnt d it I lied itmy first and last lie I gave the figures at i300 And what followed Why the whole boodle of the thief amounted toless than 250 and not only g avcm selfn vay usa liarr but they divided my sixty Sip among the other victims and leCtme dead r broke It was a noble lIe7a tine liea large and liberal lie but it didnt pan shantevenbuycharged to the house as t jletphone ex penses v v DIALOGUE IN A PARIS SHOP purchase Made There Very Much a 1Matter of Ceremony N For real enjoyment of trade one orhOdlshop1laklng matter of ceremony As thus You enter You bow Tho shopkeeper nIsucsIt makes waim is It not ITtul you have reason It makes good and warm And fine Fine also Is It that you have of the writing aperjBut yes Of the very most excellent writing paper Behold Charming But Is it that you have ot the writing papjer without thc1 squares of pink Pardon The writing paper of the pink square is extremely asis necessary at Dreeent for the correspond t c i t ence genteel Doubtless But I wish some pink less paper wherewith to the LButtfera thousand pangs hut tile plain pa per of thissize holds itself no longer in stock ionfdoGoodsOVERPOWERING JOY A bewitching 01J1gladjwho re skies ln Kansas City and has friends hereabouts wrote to one of them a young matrqn recently concerning a great joy that had COIn Into her life My4 dear Grace the fall young writer said I know you will be great ly interested in this happiness which has come to me You always were kind enough to b deeply interested in Liny joys and disappointments No Mr yaddirigton has not proposed should not be gushing to you about It moneyrand himIrefusEhimI think I should be able to rise to the happyandI were engaged to CJadwalader Wad dlngton The world seems to have new glory beauties thatII have never dreamed of In the past I suppose you are ding to kiow what It is that has brought tin so much happiness and wondering why I dont come to 4he point at once I shall do- S rronly I AIbh r fcould be there to tell you in person 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Breeders Gazette 225 Country Gentleman 200 Farm and Fireside 125 Farm Field and Fireside 175 Review of Reviews 325 ncotts Magazirfe 285 Scnbners Magazine 4 00 Ledger Monthly 175 Harpers Magazine 435 farpers Weekly 16P 435 r r rr- ryr A Tragedyofthe Commonplace By RICHARD KING Fair tatand featureless Letitia was physically speaking a complete fail ure Mentally or soulfully as she preferred to call it she belonged to the romantics and considered herself wasted in a century of motor cars and millionaires Her book of life she be lieved ought tp have been one long Roman passiqnel which it perhaps would have been had it not sUpped somehow between the prosaic covers ofa parish magazine That however was her tragedy In her inmost Heart she longed to resemble her friend irs de Rutsen with whom she lived Life she consid erqd wasso easy for those who had found an excuse s Letitia was one of those unfortunate people to whom love and affection areas the breath of life Mrs ds Rutsen professed to shower them upon her with the inevitable result that Letitia became her slave Mrs de Rutsen 6n her part accepted this view of the case complacently enough Hers was in fact the much easier rOleU required only a certain passivity corn bined with a mild indulgence which nQIdAs for Letitia her activity was ex traordinary A series of unrequited affections in her youth combined with an austere train rig hadfostered with in her a genius for selfsacrifice while Providence ordained that it should be natture of things the triumph lay with triumphs the coarser nature as in most of Jifes Mrs de Rutsen wasat eupeptic strongwilled absolutely selfsatisfied woman with a moderate share of good looks Letitia on her1 side had found life a disappointment and while she possessed all the virtues what ar they worth toa woman who has no features less figure and absolutely n complexion Indeed she was one ofI those anomalies which go to more than anything else that Naturt has no sense of humor There came however to the maisonette a middleaged man of fettersI known by the name of was no relation to the c lebrated elist although he liked people to thinkI surInamewas however Just as pleased He talked several times with Letitia an their mutual confidences had made them believe they had much in corn mon Dfy1ngthe improvidence of the match he with very little romance and less passion asked her to marry him The excuse he gave himself forth s was that he was lonely and get ting old and that he wanted somebody to nurse him when he became infirm and also to make his present life more comfortable Letitia Was of course inordinately grateful to him for his attentions and believed that given a certain amount of esteem she would find his home congenial to her He was by no means the heroic man round which all her girlish dreams had centered nor was he even strongwilled and masterful hadawopibelong Y her Lown Besides he appeared p1e appealsforcibly e might too being a woman have had somemildly romantic flutterihgs as well In any case she was tired of be ing an unpaid secretary and needle woman to Mrs de Rutsen Latterly she had inisseed sorely those showers of affection which had made the first days of their friendship so precious Though In her blindly unseeing way she was still fond of her there was mixed up with her affection a tinge of bitter disappointment halt uncon scious yet wholly real However she did not give Mr lie onceIOnthewaiting so lone that in desperation h made a confidant of Mrs de Rutsen That lady received his with the utmost dismay Im afraid Letitia will not accet you she told him coldly rtOf course she Continued after a pause if Letitia does happen to qc cept your offer you must promise me to takethe utmost care of her She so fragile that sometimes I think sh will not live Her delicacy of health is simply appalling His consternntion at the news amused her greatly If she enjoyed better health alt e went on i sometimes think she would be better looking 75Her face is always interesting he tedl feeling more sure of his ground as most men are when they defend the physical charms of those they have chosen to be fuel wives indeed7o 50twoman u Not she continued knowing That thisshart would be more deadly than all not that mere looks ate worth everything after all And she gave him her siyeetest and most bewitching smile She is so wonderfully sympathetic be said by way of protest Mrs De Rutsen appeared as if such a thing had never struck her before v Sympathetic she cried I suppose one would call her soat any ratsonj Ii1esUlOugh not in any really great t lsivery poorand very plain one must cul tivate the virtues 0ne has otherwise no raison detre While to jbe sympa thetic to me to whom she is so in debt Debt he cried interrupting her sUddenly with all the holy horror of one who personally is never out of it Debt Of course you must never say any thing cried Mrs de Rutsen quickly as if In a momentary weakness she had betrayed a confidence You must promise me that You surprise me he moaned now thoroughly disheartened You surprise me dreadfully Letitia is full of surprises she said as a parting shot j That evening as she was going to birdshe looked in Letitroom as was her custom There is something I dont like a out Mr Met dlthshe skid inno Gently as they were sitting over the fire Dont yclu was all Letitia could reply for her blushes and she tried to look as unconscious as her friend though for different reasons Of course I don t believe all the horrible things people say about him Mrs de Rutsen explained but Im afraid hes a very Immoral man Then she told her several accusa Lions which she was able to rake up against him out of his past Of course we must not believe everything we hear she explained as sIte kissed her No answered Letitia almost under her breath You are quite happy arent you cried Mrs de Rutsen as she saw Leti tias white face I believe you have been crying Ohno 1 haveIitcried Letitia wiping her eyes You dont know how t love you continued Mrs de Rut en kissing her or withjmeThank her arms around her friends neckband sobbing SIf her heart would break The end of course is apparent A fe y more c nversatipns between them both and Letitia wrote a letter which settled the matter as far as she was concerned As for Mr Meredith after what Mrs de Rustin had told him her definite refusal relieved him more than he could say They never saw each other again It all hapened years ago and since then Letitia has become more Infatu ated than ever Perhaps she sometimes thought to herself to allay the loneliness of heart I should not have h ppy with him Perhaps I am better asIam As for Mrs de Rutsen she thinks womandLetitia had never married she said Years ago a man oric asked her I did everything In my pqwer to bring them together but she refused him You see she is so happy with me And I find her so useful AS for Letitia shehas become muc- holdorflld with all the tragedy not of reIilainlpgyoungher dreary monotonous common place without any sun whatever or for that matter without much shade Possibly it is not so utterly ordinary as it appears to ottsiders but there are nO roses for her to gather by the way Her life is filled with dull un interesting dutiesand her genius for shedherdsomething after all In any case the terndMAKING PROGRESS IN ALASKA Government Slowly Solving Problems of Transportation The great problem in Alaska is that of transportation Every place of pres ent importance in southeastern Alas ka and southwestern Alaska is reached isslowlyhonses The one railroad over tho withruPner ere are several limes In progress from the coast far Yukoney aprojectn thetway ignoring fnlets which penetrate a hundred miles into the mountains and quite overlookingthe vast gla ciers which come down into the sea Yeterests are building a road from VaS dez northward to reach copper and other mines and a rival company has constructed ohe mile of road out of Valdez and has oue locomotive If the YUkon valley Trove to be available for settlers some time a road will parallel the sliver and thus keep up the winter transit At present the winter Jiiglnyfl vs in tltat part of tlie world are trails traversed only by dog alcdgesj Soon to Be Parted A fool and his money you say Thats the pair larGediOh he will assist at the soparu tlonrrBirmlngham AgeHprald Accents spelchthegrave the crisis is acute And the gentlematis sFeechad ded the newspaper reporterr was cii cuniiexYouths CompanIon L Jr J 0 1rIrIrR1rIIIrrI =I=r II= i 1i x = + +tit r if it Notice STOCKMEN t + L i I L AYE yu thought of your Stock Advertising for this year r + HI1sabout time j ntl1 Of course you will want nice at T i f s tractive printed ma tertfie kind that will bring you busi 4I41t ness We are prepared to dp the work Ina Satisfactory manner Give us a call j t Circulars Cards Pamphlets Etc1LT T AT REASONABLE PRICES jj pono eclrt lletelalerlDadcta at t ootao joo oo ooQ oooooo o1ooooooo Q + 0 The Springfield S nf ii t p The Louisville 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COPYRIGHTS Ac delcrlrUonmayquicklyInvention is prohnbly paPatentaaentfree1atontS taken thn ich Munn Co receive tpcclal notice wltho Jharso In tho r r r tgA handsomely Largest circulation ot any Bclentldc Terms 3 a year four months fL Soldbyall newadealer- ao3lgtBroadwarMUNN New York Branch omco F SL Yashlnaton D C filrnlilimuIIIInInmlmlul nmIUiU1jtnuuUUIIUIlmiUHnIHmlUunmlUltunlUnuumllr1r i erlI = Sun y only Dally Dally Incoming Trains NO 91 I NO 43v NO 41T I II IArrives at Springfield 825 p m 1230 p m 705PniArrives at Bardstown 730 1100a m Arrives at Bardstown JUnctn 645 925II 522uLeaves Louisville p 600u 820 II 430 Daily ISuny only Daily iOutgOin g Trains No 42 No 90 No 44jF 1tI iLeaves Springfiejldi u550am 715 a m 1 oopm n 637u 800II 22011 f Leaves Bardstown Junctn 72QII 845 410 p m f Arrives at Louisville SlQU 9 35H 5 45 p m I i lll lUIilliI IIIIuDlal1lUtinltlIII lrymIIIH tl IIH1IWillllIBIIINIJHruIiUlIIllimu IHESAFESTANDQUIOKESTWAYTO I TRANSFER MONEY IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE 11 MB RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO INCORPORATED THE BEST BUSINESS SCHOOL r ON EARTH The best school on earth is the one that gives the best course in the shortest time and smallest expense and prepares the young people for the best positions IateatI xGet full Particulars from the editor of this paper or Rev Granville W Lyon k or write to the school 3035 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky a v r wr i T wY T 4 I I B t I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WESNESDAY APRIL 28J99 OOOQbOOOOOQOGGGOOOOOOOQOOOCXXX oaaQen eoeoe eoeo o COooe naoaQoooaOO Ii Chestnut Dare t ii I0 No 39O FOALED 1900 e e IQ This horse again showed his superiority over other Stallions 0 list year in his own class and in sweepstake classes defeating allt Q the nrominent Stallions in the adjoining counties One of his win S was the 100 sweepstake defeating eight entries of first Q 0class horses He hlscClts also won the herd ring Its becoming stale to repeat not one of his colts of five seasons have ever been defeated by the colts of any horse owned or farmed C in this county Special rings of colts of other horses claimed by 0 some to be the b st in State have been shown but not one of these has ever worn a tie blue or red All familiar with his E breeding know he has more nigh price CQlts already to his credit than any horse now in the county and yeta young Chest 0 a nut Dare combines thiblood of the Chester Dares and Chief S families He is sired By Chester Dare 10 1st cam by Red Chief 2nd dam by Black Hawk Chief 3rd dam by Bririkers Drennon 0 20 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT It seems from the notice in Red Birds ast advertisement that the showing qualities of Chestnut Dare the showing qualiues 0 aof his colts the high pries realIzedby owners of mares for his offspring when young arequite an eyesore to the ownerorowners e of RedBird Perhaps ChestnubDare when he becomes of voting 0 a age his usefulnes about gone his eyes bedimmed for years he too may be the sire of one or two horses that sell for the reported I price of four or five hundred dollars in some distant State As Jt 0 is Chestnut Dare barely in his prime his colts all young is re Q numerating the owners of mares who have been and are still pat ronizing him r OS Noble DenmarK1 NO 2640 I t This handsome and handsomely bred colt will serve a limited I number of mares at c 20 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT He is sired by the great show horse and breeder HigWand U Denmark 1st dam a State Fair winner by the Championship sa1dle horse Thornton Star 2ud dam by the Show Stallion Art Rose by Artist and out of a Montrosemare This Stallion is not only wellII I bred but a fin jndividual proving himself a winner last year a as twoyearold also as a yearling He has great action for a youngster a good step and the making of a great saddle stallion an70Q sidering the breeding qualities pf his sire and dam and own finish and conformation he is sure to rank among the best as aasire I iHackney Bye Hackney Boy is a sorrel 16 hands high a orse of good for mation large flat bone and one of the Hackn y type He is fode 0 J years old and his first colts are all good I e IS sired by County Member 1st dam by Von Moltke 2nd dam by Varick He Swill make the season at Q 1019 Insure a living Colt s p I again thank the Breeders for their patronage and ask for a 8- continuance of same in this find adjoining Counties 4 Q Mares Pastured at f 50 a Month I Q Mares bred to either Stallions or Jacks when traded off or I settled 0 1partedBeSiSLb O- Ci I RF D No3 Springfield Ky 8 g OPOOAUDopeQrJoo so00aIoDiFDQU Qooooooooooo9ooo9oooooooo0Qc000000o000ooooooo0cooo0 VALLEY HILL 11i Mr AL Reed was in WillisburgWed esday on business Messrs Will and Harry Grigsby sold several lets of hay last wfeek at 40c and LOc per cwt according to quality eIYerewas done Jbo fencing and several treesI ljfOrtedElijah Farris and familyi of Mponfis vile were in auti village Wednesday r Mr and Mrs Jas Hayes Jr ofMt Zion passed through our village Wejd j aesday enroute to Springfield relatives tCltitit11 Fraiiks9NeaI has been muchfor several days past with a bone felon He is now relieved frpm the 4x cruciating oaih and is doing nicely Albert Rudd recently purchased sorrel 160 mare froth Edward Goatley al Mrs E J Pinkston of Litsey vi iU ed relatives in this section Thursdayj John Orume purchased an aged hay maVe from Rev PF Hennessey ofr Springfield Thursday for 115 L D Baker of Springfield Win our midst Thursday in the interest of his business flughev Goatley recently sold t04 bushels of corn tdA B Hundley at TOc per bushel Fred VanArsdale of Litsey was in cur midst Thursday Mr and Mrs Ed Moore of n ar1 Mooresville were in our midst dayV ThirS11 Walter Briggs of this place Bouisyille Thursday and Friday SOwizig to recent rains farm work las seen retarded about one week VMr J W Glements of LoUisville- J visited relatives here Saturday antiSiipr day C F O alof this place visited his sister rMrs S1 Montomeryiof near Oroaks Monday and Tuesday f VJohn and RQIley SImpson Saturday evening after a fewd sit inLouisvilleV sII Dr Rodman Williams of New H was here to attend the funeral of rsI J B Williams Sunday Mrs Evan Sales of Mack ville ivas eatItSofVtierMr j C Walker of Lebanon at tended the funeral of Mrs Williams at Camp Ground Sunday Mrs Palmer Goatley and daughter j t Miss Pearl were at Woodlawn Sunday Miss Bessie Roberts of Springfield was the weekend guest of Miss Pearl Goatley of this placeV Mrs J LV Moran arid children ViSit- ed relatives at Pleasant Grove Sifriday Messrs Will and Ed Gray and sisters of Polin were in our section Sunday Several from this place attended the funeral of Mrs J B Williams at Camp Ground Sunday Miss Bessie Roberts accompanied HarkShehaziattendedthe Dedication Exercises at Poplar Flat Sunday Polly of the Circus isOK We enjoy this story very much The open ing chapters are filled with rapture and parIlovers of romance It is indeed an interesting feature of The Sun which everyone should strive to avail them selves of while the opportunity pre sents itself On last Wednesday ouir village hag quite an interesting little comedy drama ir the person of three Dagos and two Teddy Bears real live Teddies top Several of the colored children who were going to school had the leading role however as they tlimb d the fence about six tim s trying to avoid the vicious bruins who were also kept busy climbing to avoid the scare horses land they took i alternately with the kids who were so ne distance away and thought they wr4being pursued J Edward GpatYey had the misfortune of having a find twoyearold horse kicked i nd iriiurea very seriously by a mate on the farjm of Thos Tatum a few days agoMr Goatley carelessly eft a fence lying down between his and Mr TatunTs farm which resulted seril ously as above stated The yoimg horse was chasipg the s mall colt of the ale in question when she refused t6 standby and see her col chased iViftNlwkK Several from tliis community attend led county VcourtTpndayV Mr and Mrs iC W Adams attended church at St Rose Sunday i Misses Ethel anxl Verha Rogers were 11n Springfield Saturday afternoon Miss Edna Coc hran of Mackville was the guest of her cousin Misses Pearl and Sadie Fenwi ik Saturday night Mrs Nannie Fdnwicv and daughter Louls was the gi est of her son Lloyd Fenwckof the R dge Sunday Mr and Mrs J B Fen wick spent Sunday with Mr Dan Rogers and fam ilV Mr Steve egleywa at Poortowh Sunday af ernoon Mr and Mrs J W Barker and chit dren were the guests of MrJGr A Anderson and fatniii SundayV Mr Wm Nally and family were the guests of Mr Goldy Shewmaker of Mackville Sunday MrsJ M Horan soent the latter part of las week with her parents Mr and Mrs S C Beglev of this place Mrs Ra hael Anderson was the guest of W T Adams and family Monday Stanley Rogers and Oscar IMessrs1 Saturday night with C of this place Several of the young boys of this vi cmity attended the party given by Miss Lizzie Davis Saturdaynight Mrs Lizzie Artdersbn and daughter Rosa and Mrs Rosa McCallister were the guests o Mrs Dianah Smith Mon day J E Harman visited his parents at Mackville Sunday Mariah Anderson was the guest of Louise Fenvick Monday Mr Felix Myrs of Phcenix waS the guest of his sister Miss Pearl Myrs of this place Saturday and Sunday M sT J Natty of Bardstown isj MyrtleSMrs Ji W Barker has as her guests this week the Misses Hyatt of Kansas City Mo HAPPY HO lOW Mr Steve Scott land sister Liza spent fr m Friday until Sunday with Mr John Crow and family Mr Iven Phillips and family of near Tatham spent Saturday and Sunday with theVfainilof Mrj M Shields of this place Miss Myrtle Armstrong spent Sunday with her sister Mrs Edward Hanby of this place Seeral from this place attended meeting at flockbridge SundayV JAlbert Mines arid family spent rf herM T W Set ties of near this placeV Mr Robert Armstrong and family of near Fairview spent Saturday and Sunday with his brother Mr John ArmsroUV Mr J 11 Sutherland and wife spent Sunday aiternpon with Mrs Bellzona Hanby Mr Walter Hanby was in Springfield Saturday Miss Myrtle Armstrong spent last Tuesday night with Mrs SolomonKayp of jthis place There was a verV large crowd at Sunday School Sundayfteinoon Mr Ernest Shewmaker visited near Wilhsburg Sunday afternoon Mr Arvin Coulter spent Sunday af ternpon with his uncle Mr Samuel Coulter Mr John Armstrong and wife spent last Tuesday and Wednesday with her sister Mrs D C Casteel near Pulliam MrsV Edward Hanby spent Saturday with her father Mr John Armstrong and family Mr C W Stalhngs and family were in Springfield Friday Mr Erastus Shields and brother Ernest and sister Mallie spent Satur day and Sunday wjtn Mr and Mrs Tpllv GrifFy of near Fairview Mr Davie Hines wifeand little daughter spent from Saturday until Monday with Mrs Hjnesi father Mr J M SVhlCdSV Mr Sab Coulter and son CeciK spent Sunday with his aunt Mrs Nancy Scott VVMr Edward ftanby andwifespent Saturday liight with MrsJ lIanbys father Mr John Armstrong and famI- ly of this place Mrs J M Shields arid three sons spent from Friday until Sunday with Mr Perry Ruby and family of near t Chaplin Mrs John Armstrong and daughter yrtlSPent last Tuesday with her daughters Mrs Erastua Perkins Mrs Johnnie Mattingly and little son spent Saturday and Sunday with her mother Mrs Bellzona Hanby hois1 very sickl MrJ Vy Settles is on the sick list Mrs John Crowardtwochildren vis ited friends arid relatives at Fairview last Thursday and Friday Mr J S Thomas and famil visited friends and relatives pear Springfield Saturday and Sunday x spentSundayprorig and wife v Mrs Bellzona Hanbj and two sons are spending severaiftlayswith her daughter Mrs Johnnie Mattinglv of near Scruggsyille Mrs Nancy Scott gave a birthday dinner Sunday Mrs Scott was 65 years old Those present were Mrs Samuel Coulter Mr Edward Montgom cry and family Mr Torn Coulter and family Mrs John Crow and twochil dren and Mr Sabe Coulter and iso CqciK 4 pleasant day was spent with Mrs ScottVMr Sabe Coulter sold two colts to Mr B H Mcllvoy for 135V f Thestorm whfch occurred last Wednesday afternoon did much damage The wind blew trees down and the hail broke out window panes The hail was about as big as bird eggsV Kentucky Star Flour Best made Sun and Times 350 r J 555 Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1909 as far as reported Stanford July 313 daysV Henderson July 275 days Georgetown July 275days Madisonville August 5 days Winch ter August 34 days Blue Grass Fair Lexington August 96daysVTaylorsville August 104 days LIniontown August 105 days Harrodsburg August 123 days Leitchfield August 17 4 days Barboursville August 83 daysV Brodhead August 18s days Shepherdsville August isa days Ewing August V193 daysi Shelbyville August 24r5 days Springfield August 254 days London August 254 days Florence August 254 days Frankfort August 314 days Hardmsburg August 313 days Tompkinsville September 15 days Fern Creek September 15 days Bardstown September 14 days Hodgenville September 3 days Monticello September 74 days Glasgow September 84days Kentucky State Fair Louisville September 136 daysV daysBedford Jtrf1fflROO K fRM- lr The cow must be well fed if she h going to give a generous flowof milk A good road ISVa good investment foranysectioiiV Kind treatn ent is one of the lnje dients of the latioh of every cow Nt dangeVyof pve feeding along that line The goodb cod sow blight to prov profitable to seven or eight years of age UPI Look over tIre flock and if apyof the ewes seem weak separate their from the flock arid glye them extra care and feed until they grow trong Know chen your stock is ready rOt market and know when and where you can find the best market for your stock Grow some hickory trees for ax and hammer hahdles If ybji raise more than you need you can easily sell for hickory brings a good price a1 Plenty of light always for the stock If your barn lacks windows put them in at once a windjow with every stall If it is possible to avoid It dont take your seed potatoes from a base ment where there is a furnace Their vitality is tIt to iave been im Paired A little molasses added to theVra tion of the cows is good It gives zsst to the appetite but too much is lnd for the cow iahd It should not be ed In the breeding seasonV ff Give the horses a run in the past re Jf It Is nossible It must be prety monotonous standing in a stan for long stretches at a time as soiie horses are forced to do in the winter My how the liens do like the chance to scratch ove a sheaf of oats or wheat which has not been threst ed 6nt Thy will get all the grain if ugle them a chance Talking about the aluetgoad tools reminds us that good tools need proper care Many a farmer wastes lots of money each year by the care less wayVin which he usses and cares for his tools and machinesV Are you getting the bulletins from your state experiment station They are yours for the asking Have your name iutdn the list If you do not want then all but only those of cer thin topics yoU Will be put on the special list for the kind 6f bulletins you want Provide cl an troughs and f4ed floors for the logS and you will- +re ise your opinion of the animals that they prefer filth to cleahliiiess A cement feeding floor and movable troughs that can be scalded out once or twice a week will enable the feed er to give them sanitary conditions The TJItjaks Liar Exposed TJItJaks are a species of lizard of the chameleon family some of them three Inches long They crawl anywhere having a preference for the inner side of a mans shirt lot India tjitjaks are desirable as they devour mosquitoes and other insects 55SV iRiivnift Imr n mM 1 imr Notice 1 il iE 1 To Stockmen oiand adjoining i 1counties 1 iV r Red Bird Stock Farmor better known as theJim McElroy farm onehalf mite from Fair 1 Ground on Bardatown pikeV 1 aV Ii REDsiRDi1 belimited t1 having good mares and want to breed to Red Bird book them at once I I We are going to stand him at 30 You may think that high but it jilI PEDIGREE Sired by Cabells Joe Brown 1955 he by Cabells Lex I byHr judgegii g breeder inV his knowledge said he would soon have a colt by him as Bourbon King that stoodat 60 last year and perhaps at S75 this sea = son Why gentlemen think of it the great blood and what a reputation sellU= g 212 1 NOTICE I ISthisgH Have yOU heard of any of his colts selling for 200 J ram the tit or front 1 400 to 1500 at three or four years old No But RED BIRD has Yes iiaa number of them= RI1 The great Trotting Horse has a mark of 228 and has been a mile 1 handsI IEI 221II7a Dam of Sire ot E in20I= 3 dam Alice Loraine by Homer 1235 IE Sire of iIi 3m2i I 23OIII Son of War Dance I GeorgeII I i Bouncing Canought wImported English Hackney a beautiful chestnut sorrel 3 white fet jland a snip as fine an actor as your ever looked and II IIs 1 SEASON TWENTY DOLLARS I Im IImported andHIIPEDIGREENeISOn II was bred in Germany bv O V Altmana and Ig was to this Oltmann = 7burg971 and his first dam was Otto II 892 SEASON HPTEEN HOLLARS ILL GOEBELI The Grea6 Mute Jack He needs 10 explanation beJa se y uJll Iknow him and have heard crf him asbe ng a breeder of half sorrelmules 150II I STONEWALL I If We having bought halt interest in Stonewall or better known as IIShelby Tuck it is needless for me to try to tell you anything about him ii mutesUwithmethat I wellas isayauldueatwillIJ capes 11 a mcreaie JISUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN We earnestly request the patrons of this column to notify us when you sell your stocItn so we can discontinue the advertisement Under tiis head all persons wno are sub- scrIbers to The Sun may insert free of charges advertisoments of wheat corn oats and other orwjutedLandsorted in Another department of the fur atvery low rtitefOr cash POSITIVELY noth- Ing but the above mentioned will bo run free Lloyd Havdpn Jr Rt 4 has for sale Pekin Duck eggs 50c forsetting of 15 RA Thompson Bredenck town has for sale 400 bushels of corn- S B Nally Rt 2 has for sale a fine Jack registered ready fotuseIwi1l sell worth the money Mrs J MEfder Rt3 Lebanon Kyhas for sal IB P Rock eggs 50 for 15 Mrs John Leachman Springfield wants to buy a good Jersey cow J K Chatham Springfield has for sale a pair of nice mare mules well broke Also a pair of nice young jacks HS Litsey Rt 4 has for sale a lot of English Maple trees iVtV Mrs B L Litsey has for S1e SC Qrplngtonegg PittGame3 for 125 Mrs C C Christie Lebanon Rt 3 cambIEggs4 From pens L50 and 250 for setting of 15 From yard 50c for 15 eggs LebanonKybred chickens S C Rhode Island Reds and B P Rocks 50c for 15 Telephone A C Kimball Springfield has for 100forl5HS Litsey Route 4 has for sale a worththesaleRhodeof 15 salewhiteW P Merntt Springfield has for CornThislast year Price 2 per bushel in ear tf