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Digital page images are linked to the text file. b t n Ld Ji fiJ1W= It A Tq t jtS 1 r1U I Jt K suna cp t j DEVOTED TO TIlE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON Elti JT COUNTYI r d k t c L oi4VOlUME V = SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY MAY 26 1909 NUMIER2S c1 CIRCuIT COURT ri l Convened Mdnoay Few Minor t CasesDis oedOf List tf OfJurors Circuit Court convened Monday with Judge LH Thurman presiding After the grand jury had been empaneled the 7 given to them hy ecourtt Xjpudge as usual strong and lucid He stated that itjnattered not what their opinion ota law might be if sufficient proof ofItsb violation were given them they should indict Judge Thurman illustrated how one section of the cbuiity might not be- lievel hi the stock law another in the t seining lawetc and if one offense should nOt be inyestfgated then others probably would not be until our affairs Would generally be in a chaotic state It was further shown that it was the duty oi the grand jury investigate and indict if they believe that an of lense Wad been committed inasmuch as the grand jury is the only agency byS which certain offenses can be reached that is felonies THe Judge stated that the law je I quired him to callattention to certain statutory otIen esafter which he charged the jury as to these namely Seuiihg dyriamiting jmd poisoning streams di3turbing public worship car xying coficealed deadly weapons probably f the mostjHnportai t of Any shooting on the public highway and gambling Judge Thurman also touched upon the liquorolaws explaining them and theh differe offenses that could be com mitt d thereunder The charge con sumed about an hour and was given theh closest attention Tlje fQlyjng compose tegand 5ury if t GItWD JURY Jas H Mayes Foreman Dan Kelly r Clerk G T Logsdon Sheriff Win J udd John Hail C L Price Lud Cor nish Geo Cocanougher G W Fen wick DP Casteel Ellis Steele J WrBarker Mr John yA Polin who recently passed the br examination at La J Grange was ion Monday admitted to practice law atrthe local bar lOnly two cases were trieS m Circuit Court yesterday The first was that of- the Commonwealth vs Geo Prather charged with poisoning the hogs of an other a felony After the COmmo- nwealth had closed its testimony the de fense moved for peremptory instruct ions and the motion was sustained by the Court The other case was that of the Commonwealth vs Luther Barlow charged with furnishing liquor to a minor Ini this case the jury was uii able to agree and was discharged Base Ball The local tans of Poortown have been treated to several good games ofpallI this season likewise some uncompro misinglv mean ones A few days ago the Springfield team defeated the Lijtsey team in a closely contested game and decided the Poor town players werean easjimark but they have another thought coming On the afternoon of the 22ndthe Springfield boys came out with defeat dimly written on their countenances and returned with defeat more con spicuous f Those Poortown guys know how to Iw play hall and never loose interest in the J game Its play ball from start to finish One of their players assigned the reason of Springfields defeat as the tact that Springfield simply played worse ball than the local team but 5neitherteam played extra ball Rogers pitched the first inning fort visiting team but the locals located 41his curves and marked up five scores Tommy Colvin pitched the remaining eight innings Haynes held the oppos ing patters at his mercy and only al lowed an occasional hit The game dragged for considerable time Poortown always in the lead The game ended 26 to 15 and another game up the percentage column for the Litsey League Litsey will return the game at the High School Park Satur day UNO J Kentucky Star Flour B stOmadei r fJt SurpriseParty On last Friday evening the young people of Springfield gave a surprise party at the home of Ms Ida Clarkson in honor of John who left Sat ur4 ymQrnfngfor Kansas City Mo to a Among those who attended were Misses Nellie Simms Mary Haydon France Martin Annie McChord Mar gie Graham Eleanor Duncan Wilhel mena Hertlein Nell Greene Naomi Rogers Sarah ONan IsaColvin Mabel W1 lliamsLizzie Logsdon Lell Roberts Mesdames Ida Glarkson Go G Whar on and FJeece Bqsley Messrs Joe Wycoff John Polin Louis Kelly John Handy Murray Floyd Jakey Smith Harry iCfecker Chris Hertlein Wal ace Rogers Bryant 14ilerOwen God e Torn Golym AR Shultz Joe Logsdon Connor Williams Lawrence OBryan Morrison ONan WiIlF Simms Wathen Simms Ed Wijlett and FrankPeters The party was an enjoyable affair and all those present report a happy evening Music was furnished on the piano by Mrs Fleece Bosley arid several solos were sung by Miss Mary Haydon and Mr Harry Krecker OBITUARY Mr J A Bishop Dies at Bloomfield Mr Joseph f Carrico L Dies of Paralysis To many old friendsand acquaint ncesin Washington county the report of the death of Mr John A Bishop came as a shock and was the source of reat grief Mr Bishop died at his ome at Bloomfield yesterday morning of paralysis r Save the last few years the deceased ad spent his entire life in Washington county His home was near Mt Zion an focvy aralie was Magistrate in the Mopresville Magisterial district He was not only a man of high honor but was a successful business1n and had acquired Y Mr Bishop is survived by hIS widow his second wife who prior t her mar- iage to Mr Bishop was Mrs Mattie A Gist and by Mr S H Bishop qf this place rhe uheral services were conducted at Mt Zion church thismorriing Mr Joseph Garrico a well known citizen of tHis county died at his home a few miles from Springfield this morning at jone oclock Mr Carrico had been a sufferer from paralysis and his death waa not unexpected Mr Parrico was 60 years of age and was the son of the late Wm J Cafrieo who was one of the wealthest men ot the county Mr Carrico maimed Miss Bell Johnsqn who with one son Mr Damon Carrico survives the deceased The funeral services will be held at St Rose tomorrow Selfs SomeGood Ones Enterprise Sam C Mackin during the past week sold to W S Kink of GreensbUrg NC a pair of nice geld ings closely mated for 700 Both geldings were sired by Chestnut Dare owned by B B Leachman of Spring geld Mr Mackin also sold ajfancy sad d1e gelding toJ C Grigg of Brazil Ind for 300 and a combined ing to Delaney and Murphy ot go- Ill for 250 V L J elf rTr Odd Cane1 Harrodsburg Herald Mr George W RoBards of this city has come into the possession of a cane of which he is justly proud Itxis made of an osage orange stick and was handcarved by a negro paralytic qt Washington county It is most ingeniQusly carved with all sorts of figures of tools and implements used on a farm Plows shovels sad dies axes locks a square and compass scissors a ladder and various Other shapes not ordinarily found on art article of this kind are cut on its sides it is a most unique object and struck the eye of Dr John RoBards on one of his visits through the couhtry He got possession of it and presented it10Mr G W RoBards Qne of the features which make this cane so unusual is the fact that it was carved by a man who had no use whatever of his left hand and was compelled to hold the stick between his side anti shoulder while shap ing the odd forms which are now on it 5 1 s r 0 eonie nooe oteQnQ oeQeaaa Qaa eQaoI n 1 I1 I L cPeople Will Talk 4 You may get through the world tyut twill be very slow If you listen to all that is said as you go e 1You be worried and fretted and kept in a stew 1 meddlesome tongues wilt have something toxio iFor people will talk Jt 0 If quiet and modest youll have it presumed TT S That your humble position is only assumedStC Youre a wolf iiv sheeps clothing or else youre a oJg 1 j j But dont get excited keep perfectly cool 1 1For people will talk Fw 4jo 1 Sf generous and noble theynentouttheir spleenrfe Youll hear some loud hints that youre selfish and mean a It upright and honest and farr as the day 4 i e 47Fort And then if you show the least boldness of hearts ra Or a slight inclination to take your own 7 ITheyll say you re a poping Jay giddy apd vain H 0 But keep straight ahead dont stop to explain jf- r For people will talk iJ S a If threadbare your dressj or oldfashioned your hatiS Q Someonewill surely take notice of that T vj l U i= 0 wayButo S t For people will talk iJ S 0 If you dress in the fashion dont think to escape n II For they crltJCJse then mn dIfferent share- S Youre ahead of your means Qr your tailorS unpaid t But mind your own business theres naught to be maqei 0 0 For people will talk 1 t 0S I Nowthe best way to do is to do as you please f s 1For your mind it you have one will then be at ease S Of course youll meet with all kinds of abuse e IkBut dont think to stop them it aint any use t1 For people will talki S e The Trestle Board 51S i i i oer a o Q e o e Q Remembrance-7 BY EDWIN CARIJLE LITSEY 1fFar in the outh I know a gardensclosei = Where leaves of tropicpants gleam glossy green Where nothing that will fret is heard or seen 11 Z And unseen melody forever flows = j t 7 There richly opulent strange blooms unfold t Their petals yellow crimson white and cream There bubble laden glides a crystal stream t T And vaguely circling rounda wallso old yf L There bowered mid the flowers of the South I saw her first her beauty poppy crowned ri thejgnmhdI= 5 The mad glad nights of joy The WhitemonthetecT RTV A priest to shrike us if our love was wrong i l 5sThe passion 6f a hidden nightbirds song tT The unbound glory of her golden haIrr v CLOSING EXERCISES Of SU Catharine of Sienna Academy to Be Held at the Acad emy June 15 r The Eightyseventh Annual Com mencement Exercises of St Catharine of I Sienna Academy Ji Springfield will take on Tuesday morns 1Tieto all friends as well as to members of the St Catharine of Sienna Alumnae Association to be present on this day The Banquet of the Alumnae will be served immediately after the close of the Exercises and this function will be followed by the annual business meet ingat which officers for the coming year will heelected Save Your Early Pullets 4 t The time for selling spring chickens jyllPsoon be here and many are going to make the serious mistake of selling their first pullets said a well known chicken fancier to an Enterprise representative yesterday This by all Means should be avoided as it is the earlv hatch that lays the fall and winter eggs It must be remembered that a pullet begins laving txutthe time it is full grown and fully matured The early birds usually get their growth about thc first of October and by November begin laying and keep it up throughout the winter The late hatch seldom begins laying before February and must be well cated for to begin at even this late date This means a loss of time and money as generally speaking a decline in the price of eggs sets in in February and rapidly worka down until the bottom has been reached Then the croaker begins to bemoan his bad luck that of never haying eggslo sell except when the market is low My ad r ici getbigIsoon be for early spring chickens for I believe that it will be to the raisers interest to hold them Death of a Young Woman 1 Mrs Henry Isham dieq at the home dJ her mother Mrs Mary Taylor on ftionday May 17 at 10 ocloclcr About fourteen months ago Mrs Isham was taken ill of that dreadful and never failing disease consumption andher declinehas been very rapid her death having been expected for some time Mrs Isham was born December 12 1890 was married October 21 1908 and departed this life May 17 1909 Besides her husband and mother she leaves three brothers Heed Hannibal and Hebran one half brother Mr Geo Taylor of Deep Creek onesister Mrs Lonza Boswell andiehalf sister Mrs Joe Goode of Texas Her father preceded her to the grave about three years ago Mrs Isham had been a eon sistent member of the Baptist Church tor nearly three years The funeral services were conducted at Battle ahd her remains were laid to rest in the Battle cemetery A loved one fromTus has gone A voice wi loved is stilled A place place is vacant in our home That never can be filled A Cousin Protect Your Families With Life Insurance We can furnish you with insurance that is selfsupporting in ciseof total disability and oui 20 tear contracts are guaranteed to pay out in 15 years If you intend to purchase Life Insurance tcali on Leo Haydon or tee VanArsdalc representing the Southern National Life jlnsurance5 Co E T WIGGINTON Geheral Agent 1 1 r 1i Forged Checks A rather slick and unscrupulous stranger has been working in Spring field lately0 Not long since Mr Geo overIdrawnmhad a surplus on deposit made an in vestigation and discovered that hu namehad been forged to seVeralchEcks and for amounts aggregating 61 The checks were taken from Mr Mullicans private check book and were made pay able to G C White They were en dorsed to other parties among the num ber being Mr Woods n Moss of Win chester who formerly managed th Walton at this place A traveling man by the name of the payee in the checks representinghimself Camp Packing Co of Indianapolis Ind It is reported that while here he gave Wharton Tapp a check on a Chicago bank for 10 which was re turned marked fraudulent The forger has not as yet been apprehended f WQn Honors Messrs Jack McChordand John Shuck McElroy Jrr were members of the vic torious Central Univeisity team in the debate with Georgetown College at Danville Monday nteht The subjectof FifIl ThlSisIdebates Jack McChord has also been honored- by being named as Valedictorian of his class This is a signal honor as the Valedictorian is the member of the graduating class who has had the best general average for the four years of study Mr McChord has ledhis class from the freshman through the senior year The Valedictory address will 6e delivered or June 9 GRADEDf SCHOOL Holds Annual Commencement z Exercises at Opera House H Tuesday Evening The Springfield High School cravie its annual commencement at the Opera House last night It is needless to say that the children had been well trained by Prof Colvin and his able corps of assistants and that all acquitted them1 selves in the most creditable mane A large crowd was in attendance and showed their appreciation by the ap given the different children The musici numbers were especially popular The chorus w swell trained while the doubie vocal quartette was especially good The Balcony Scene from Romeo and Juliet given by Rick etts Boulware and Miss Susanna Hays was beautifully staged and intelligently presented There were no graduates this year consequently no valedictory dress and no presentation of diplomas TATHAM SPRINGS Miss Margie Carey the six yearold daughter of Mr Ivan Carey while fishing last week fell into the river No one was present to render assistance but being near enough to the shore to hold to some projecting rocks she managed to climb out of the watertnou hat that point it was several times her depth Little Margie Hungate the oneyear old child of Mr J H Hungake happened to a painful accident dne day last week Her two sisters aged 8 and 10 years were up stair playing with the little one when she managed to get over the window sill and fell to theground She received no serious injuries but one knee was pain fully bruised Master Charles Reynolds aged two years the little son of Mr William Reynolds was attempting to cut some wood last Friday when instead of let ting the ax strike the wood it struck his toot inflicting a very painful tut Mr Clarence McMillan and Miss Ada Cam of Sharp vulle spent Sunday at Tatham Dr4 J B Yates was in Springfield Monday 5SM t Mrs Bailey Tiakstoh visited here Monday- T r TOBACCO FIRIfI Leases The ReDrying Plant Prowi fi The Washington County Warehouse n 1 The Washington County Warehi Go asleased to the J P Taylor Co1 of Henderson N C their redrying plant just below town for a period of lone year The J P Taylor Co isTa t large concern and has four branch houses in Kentucky They will Use the r leased premises for handling and drying the tobacco which they buy and will also redry any tobacco which the public may desire Workon the new warehouse to be used as a loose leaf market will l e begun at once The Warehouse Co this year will be prepared to sell stored or bundle tobacco in any manner that the grower may desire If there should 0 be a revival of the pool tbeNarfi house Co can attend to the tobacco if anyorie wishes to store his tobacco he will be given the opportunity while the market will be as good as 4nY tthe State vfrti JLawnfetei t On the afternoon and yenin1oL GrurtdyPre2byterlan Lawn Fete to which every one is mcwb cordially invited Open house from 3p m to lOp m A ball game between the Springfield boys and the boys ofthe Srundy Home will be called at 530 p in Many other things are berngplannedSfor the entertainment of the visitorsu Refreshments served at statedhoar for 25c The proceeds of the evening go to swell the fund on hand with which to purchase a wagonette for the chil dren of thehbme A large lftendan vf is expected l Mouse Burned 0 t Mr Thos A Medley who formerly lIved here but who row elide in Owensboro suffered quite a serious loss last week when his house burned The fire broke out about 11 a in when nor one save Mrs Medley and the little children was at home By the time the fire department arrived the fire was be yond control and the house a total wreck Aside from losing their home Mr and Mrs Medley suffered the Iocs of their household furniture and clothing The insurance 3750 will not covert I theloss of the building Closes Successful RevivaL- fjsc tThe revival meeting held during thiv past two weeks at Mt Zion bvReri Robt Johnson of Wilmqre was cIO 1 Sundayevemngwithavery deep andvf impressive sermon r Thismeetingwas by far the best held at Mt Zion for several years and much good was accomplished Besides a number who joined the church scores were deeply impressed and acknowledged their willingness to lead better lives Rev Eversole pastor at that lacer deserves peci l praise for his interest and untiring efforts to further the interest of his church and congregation i Rev Johnson returned to Wilmpr F Monday r v jp A Japanese Strawberry Omelet 1A Japanese cook taught me thtother day how to make a strawb rwitomelet says Fannie Merrit Womans Home Companion for June Wash and pick over one pint qf straw berries Cut in halves put in an earthen bowl and add one third of a cupful of powdered sugar one half tfeaspoonfur of vanilla one tablespoon full of water and a few grains ot salt Let stand IK T a warm place fifteen minutes Beat eight eggs slightly and add one halt cupful of cream two tablespoon fula of t sugar and one half teaspoonful of salt Put two tablespoonfuls of butter ia 4 hot Qmeletpan and when melted pour t in the egg mixture As it cooks prick t and with a fork until the whole j is of a creamrltonsist CY Place on a hotter part of the range that it JJlayc brown quickly underneath Before fold ing an4 turning on a hot platter add one half the prepared stravberriiM sprinkle with two tablespoon ul rJ powdered sugar and pour around tk T remaining strawberries The saw berries may also beused with yptors qr dinaryFrenchomelet recipe I p tfl w I 1 i tf Tip SPRINGFIELD SlfN WESNESDAY MAY 6909 ++ w iLET US TT YOUR tt EYES and fit GLASSES f i I I li TOe Poulto Yard Ghf louse is a night hawk Ruihvthe broilers along The quicker joi Can get them on the market the l eJ1jer for you IEEWhat is prettier than a 1unchof- ti iftyichicks all of one color and breed antfiwmuch alike as so many peas ievr3T chick hatched carries the 2c of the male it is important that jjr at care be taken in selecting the kejkof the flock Hens fel the warm weather asmuch aiQtherfo1ks Give them a shadyplace- t3SIt down in one in a while nd rest They willdo all the better for it Some folks think that hens do not ae d ystershells when tney can run out Just try giving them some and see low that is You will be wiser after that My method for keeping lice from troubling the poultry at night is tosus 93f4 Hie roosting poles by wires from thl rafters of the house If the poles Zr smooth theJice willnot remain on thejjiif they are there at all Turkey hens5 are profitable until five jetgpold butit isa good plan to chau ge the gobblers every year It re Itwentyeightdays to hatch atur ievtegg and seven eggs are considered a setting The nests shouldbeon the ground JAdvertising was a great invention said the successful business man iwonder who was the first toadJ his manufactures Theres no ertiseI iataon the subject H answered aoer but I guess the hens the person jotrre looking for A fowl house should not be a foul iouW Wake up and clean up Lice arid dfeiue germs thrive in filth Whec fearitbfir up look in the cracks and crev l lcetalbout the walls and roosts for i mites These pests do not stay on the hloodS j J 1e reap what we sow The fruit of c ui feeding and housnz is young 1Ost9 ready for market while prices are I Dt1EDA r SEEDS t Cf wWeon the Greatest Line of Spjectacles in Central Kentucky All the latest style Classes and any style Rims We can rfurnish ypdwith the bfest grade ot goods at the Lowest Prices fit TCI4ESIgpod Fowls intended for early narket should be kept in close quarters just light enough so they can see to eat For a fattening ration we like corn niealand ground oats best 1From TthicFarm Jourhal t Fora burn or scald apply Chamber allmosti2stantty don Drug C6 Enters Suit for Damages Harrodsburg Ky May 22Dr W Horace jWitherspdon pjiysician in P90rIdamages in the Cireut Court against Mrs Caroline Bartlett Crane of Kal am zooMICh the otedJecturer on Civic RighteousnesssJwbois making SheldehvChurch here Thursday night and the sun grows out of sensational charges made by Mrs Crane in her lecture following tm investigation of sanitary con ditions Thursday afternoon haveIt Physician vas pro fessionally derelict in that he had perm tted dirt and filtb at the poor farm that owing to his incapable conduct of vhysiJianpalid him by the county The filing of the suit has caused something of va sensation here Mrs Crane has employed SJenator W W Shephensoh to ie fend her jand she will likely have the backing of the State Board of Health and State Federation of Womens Clubs A Scalded Boys Shrieks h9Tiifiedhisgrandrnother Mrs Maria Taylor of Nebo Ky who writes that when all thought he would die Buck lens Arnica Salve wholly curedhim Infallible for Hums Scalds Cuts Corns Wounds Bruises Cures Fever- S res Boils Skin Eruptions Chilblains Chapped Hands Soon routs Piles 25c at Haydon Robertsons I rtfr il ti ift iiWi W I ilcel lcelICel i Coupon books now on sale ttt For CASH 0ofyI It 7 500 1000 and 7jOOO tpound coupon book for sale a1 ten per cent tDiscount r d 4 A t Buy aJook and save money oir your Ice ihissu 01e2- 1 Springfield Water and tt Electric if lghtCo 1 w + X M o4t Ii GOLD MEDAL FIELD SEEDS THE SUREGROWING KIND Are a safe proposition for us because Ave can buy them under a guarantee that any shipment found to be unsatis factory can be returned at the shippers expense That means tip chance four having poor see4s in stock Doesnt that make GOLD MEDAL jSEEDS apretty gooc- propositionforyou ie M Trent Wil isbtirg Ky i Daniel Horton Shot To Death 1 Barion County leader Daniel Ktor ton was shot and killed by William Shipp in Taylcr county Saturday after noon We learn that Horton who was drinking heavily arid armed with a shot gun and pistol in company with his J3 year dsofi went to the home of Shipp and ran his family from the house At that time it seems that Shipp was not at home but soon made his appearance and Horton leveled his gun on him Shipp was too quick for Horton and jet ked a 44 caliber revolver ndshot him dead Immediately Hortons boy pulled his knife and dashed at Shipp cutting hinj severely on the face1he man behind the fortyfoui not wanting to harm thelad ran from the1 enraged youth who seized his fathers gun ly ing by his dead body arid fired at Shipp ashe sped away but the shot missed its mark Shipp wentto Campbellaviile and surrendered to the authorities It is generally believed thai the killing was done in self defense Horton was known here as avery dangerous man and has frequently been in trouble Shipp is about 21 years of aeie and is said to be of a quietand th- offensivenature arid His deed Saturday afternoon has caused no overflow of tears in this section About ll years ago the dead mans brother Lloyd Horton and William Shipps father Robert Shipp met in the road on Muldraughs UIHand fought a duel with pistols both dues ists being killed It was the same pis tol that went down with Bob Shipp in this battle that his son William used in laying low Dan Horton the other day Our Manly Training of Girls Our training of girls approaches close to the idiotic claims tberi Eggles ton in Womans Home Companion for June The averagegirl from the minute she leaves her dolls to go to kinder g rten till she matriculates college is told about men and mens work kindergaFtenI Washingtonand even the pictures of animals show the lion and forget theI lioness In older childhood she is taught to build sand forts instead of good did fashioned mud pies and even the suns jn dwell on Billys mart bles iJohnsapples to the total neglect of his sister Later still she goes to high school and learnshistorywith all its ideals of brave men t and here again the womans share of quiet courage is completely overshadowed She learnscarpentering although she cannotcook an egg or sew a seam find finally her education fin ished she knows all about the higher mathematics and is shortchanged by the butcher She learns political econo my But doesit know who are the members own school board Miss Egglestons bright article concludes If your boy wanted to ue a lawyer nIl1a neighbor told you to put him to work ina carpenters shop by way of preparation you would think your neighbor crazy But you do not consider yourself crazy when you train your daughter whp1StO be a wife and mother and gcan getaway from the grim statistics that women do marry despite economic independence the higher educj bon and all other argu mbnts in favcr of coeducation precisely as you trai i your son who will enter some profession or tradethere to first earn his pwn living arid then to provide for a family yet unborn The one to bear the family and to rear it the other to provide shelter and comfort for the mother of that family and vet both trained precisely in the same way The SUP and CourlerJouroaL SLW Heart Troubles 1 Th heart may be weak just the same as the eyes stornacli or other organs It o ten happens that a person inborn with a wbak heart Thenf again dis ease fevcrsj overexertion anxiety nervousness rlieuinatisni etc weaken the heart The result is shorhies of ble t1iphi pitation pain in the heart or in1 some of the nerves of the chest or abdomen beIequalsDI weakigooddeaIIbegLnand Noryine and now I feel so much thahkIothershoVNORTONFrecvllle HeartCure fallstoMiles Medical Co ElkhartInd i IT i 8 S H LADIES AND GENTLEMEN 9i yasiiington County L d sietQfuost sincerely thank my friends of Springfield and Washington County for = z their liberal patronage during the past year jrand assure them that itw appreciated P am conscious of the fact that I treated falrc P c ly in every instances d you goods at the Invest possible prices and that llofmvcustomers will testify that the goods pur rcHased were good quality I will expect a liberal portion of your patronage during the cOmIng year and assure you of the same r 1TfrT now have on handsome extra nice flowers 1 and plants that you at tea 2 ndmh ffvriifw Ijsonable prices y ready for Eyou the nicest of Vegetables which rcan deliver to O uat any time Phone me at I the Hertlein farm L Yours Respectfully 1 t JOHN TULLIUS 4 e e Negros Unique Plea Successful LosvilleTimes Critteriden Scott a negro was in Police Court tOday to answer JLo a grand larceny charge for Wittieher death Thecase was dismissed by Judge McGee The testimony showed that Scott had removed a necklace from the body of the Moore woman after her death and had put it about his own neck that he had taken keys from under her pillow and unlocked her trunk and taken articles of value from it and that he had pawned some of these articles In all it was alleged thrt Scott took two diamond rings valued at 80 each and one diamond ring valued at 75 two neck laces one with a locket set with diamond a gold bracelet and gold watch together with about 15 in money Scotts arrest was caused by Charles Poryer colored administrator of the estate The case was prosecuted by P Blackwell attorney for the estate When Blackwell closed the prosecution Delos Rogers attorney forScott made- a motion fur dismissal on the ground that the property alleged to have been stolen was without owner from the time of the womans death until the Chancery Court ordered it delivered to the administrator Judge McGee dismissed the case on this ground c A Business Proposition Did you ever stop to think Mr Business- Man that the news of your business is as much a part of the local events as a wedding ora church fair The ladies are just as much interested in a new fabric you have on the shelves as they are in any home happening Your store news and anouncements in these columns will reach a large circle of eager buyers This will enable you to your goods while they renew and fresh and you will not have to sacrifice later at remnant counter prices Think it over The Springfield Sun LOO per year on all ALL LICEAND It in- Stock Cutes Scabor i Manger PARASITESWI r Red CrossDrugStoie t t t DULY QUALIFIED Proprietor of Dairy Have you bad any experience In this business Applicant I used to work In avumJ factory sSi iSiSiLSiS iSiSiStSiSiSSi I NOTICESTOCKMEN H t iL H Springfield and Washington Co Farmers and Stockmen wanting to contract II I with W R MORGAN Veterinarian at 65Iper year to do their Veterinary Doctoring inc1 ding Surgical Operations Medical Treatment Dehorning Cattle and Castrat ing Colts Stockmen this is very reasonable but I am doing this in order to get a rig of thy own so I can makemy prices more rea sonable to the Farmers and Stockjrnen pf Washington County For further I lars can on me at my office at the Spring field Hotel Respectfully WR Moragn V S IIiI SSSS SIS SsSSs iS1SifS1 1S jt I + A MAKER willing to stand back of their clothes arent I anxious to have their i names stand to the front If they labeled their inferior goods everybody would know the mark and remem ber who took advatag ofthem XTRAGOOD bear the above lap l of out right warranty which means money back it Unsatisfactoty I wear leads you to brinibgoods back If j clothes werent best maMti r the market wottldrttf b n j thebestftroiecte4 t The Robertson Claybrboke Co c Incorporated Kills Her foe of 20 Years f The most merciless enemy 1 had for 20 declares Mrs James Duncan of Haynesville Me was Dyspepsia I suffered intensely ter eating or drmk ing and could scarce sleep After many 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have you or any other suf testotDrCnIdWons freetestYouhowworks It will start you on the cure of Youhavethe sample and the doctor urges you to send for It today Jf there Is anything about your aliment that you dont understand or If you want Si any medical advice write to the doctor mid the will answer you fully Thereli- no charge for this servlce BCaldcUMonticello For jde by The Rid Grose DrugStorti j LIof f f r 4 I j a Tc t I A Jn n n nTn I L t r 1 THE SPRINCrFIELlJ SU tWEliNESD AY JY 26 191 c 3t cdieIttnc T J CHAPTER VII ANDY had secretly enjoyed the commotion caused by the lit tle circus rider being left in tile parsonage at first be JDfschlefiuc second in her heart only to the pastor She went About her work crooning softly during the days of Pollys con valescence The deep steadyvoice of the pastor rending aloud in the pretty window overhead was company She would often climb the staffs to tell andtiment about some inquisitive sister of the church who had happened to lnctir1 her displeasure J Doug1acarrIedisunlit garofeo be neath the window and Mandy flut ter d about arranging the gjashlons with solicitude More days Slipped bjv and Polly began 4tocreep through the little soft leaved trees at the back of the church and to look for the deep blue sweet scented VIolets When she was able Douglas took her with him to visit some of the outlying houses of the poor Her womans instinct was quick to per ceive many small needs In their lives that he had overlooked and to suggest simple inexpensive joys that made them her devoted friends tThe1revenings were divided between 1 making plans for these unfortunates and reading aloud from the Bible or other books When Polly gained courage Douglas sometimes persuaded her fo read to him and tha little corrections that he made at these times scion became speechShe fastitshetheir talks about grammar that Mandy generally fell asleep in her rocker her unfinished sewing still in her lap When a letter came from Jim and byMandytor But at last a letter came from Jim only and Douglas who was asked td read it faltered and stopped after the first few words 2IVs 110 use my tryinto keep it from you any longer Poll the letter bogan We aint got Toby with us no more He didnt have no accident It wasnt that He just seemed kinder sick an gtowarm drinks an things an try to pull him through but he was always achillin and aaclilnV If it wasnt one thing it was another I done all I kno wed youd a wanted ine toan th restof the folks was mighty white t9hri too I guess teyklnder felt J getnQhad to put on another man with him That kinder hurt him too I spose an showed him the way that things was agoin It was just after that he wrote the parson atellih him to never let you come back He seemed to a got an idee in his head that you was happier where you was He wouldnt let me tell you bout his feelin rocky cause he thought It mlght mebbe As sprang WMeii Donylas carried Polly down to HuJ sunlit garden fijfckeyoU tome back Shes difiTf udt inU9the was alms asayln I eiected to keep er Doiiglas stopped Polly was malting her face white and drawn He had not fold her of Tobys letter because with It had come a request to say nothin ter the kid He fIt that Polly was controlling herself wfth an effort until he should reach the end of Jims letter so he hurried on The parsons promise didnt get to him none too qul k he read That seemed to be what he was waitin for He give up the night it come an I got hlm n little room in a hotel titter the show an let one of the other tel lers get the stun out o town sos 1 could stay with him upto the finish It come round morninV There wasnt much to Ithe just seemed ticed an peacfuMlke Im glad he wrote what he dm he said meafclh the parson She kndws she alhis knows he whis pered meaninyou roll an then he was on his way Hed already give me what was saved up for you an Im e1idinit along with this A blue money order for 250 had flut tered from the envelope when Douglas opened ftrlq got everything ready afore 1 went on the next day an I went up an saw the little spot on the hUt where they was goin to stow him It looked saidtthen It was you what made me think to thtit Poll causnitseeruedto me Whafyou would la done You was al nnLII1Igue s this letters too long for me lto be asayin inuch about the show the leapadeath girl got hern week She Vasnt strong enough eWhat1I MAD BEEN TAUGHT BY TOBY WEIMPJJfl knowed how you yas alms afeelln bout her I guess the leapadeaths is goiu to jump his job soon if beget enough saved up caqse him an Barker cant hit it off no more We got a good deal o trouble among the animals too Noneo the snakes is sheddin like they ought to an Jumbos acarryln1 a slxteenfopt bandage around that trunk hisn cause begot too fresh with Trixys grub the other night an the new giraffes got the cro pJn that seve1 toot neck 0 hin 1 guss youll think 1 got the pip for fair this t1ei so Ill just get oh to myself now aril cut this short Ill be wrltin you agln whim we lilt Morgan- town YOUR OLD MUVVER IMor Douglqs laid the loiter gently on the table his hand still resting upon It He lOOKed helplessly at the little shrunk en figure in t opposite chair Polly had made no sound but her head had slipped lower and lower and she now sat very quietly with her face in her hands She had been taught by Toby and Jim never to Whimper Wht a plucky lot they arej thought Douglas as he considered these three lonely souls ach accepting whatever fate brought with nb rebellion or even surprise It wasa strange world of stoics in which these chit dren of the amusement arena fought and lost They came and went like phantoms with as little consciousness of their own best as of the great moving powers of the world aboutthemtfly felt no throes of envy no bitterness They loved and worked and went their way IFor once the pastor was powerless Inthe presence of grief Both lie and Mandy left the room quietly feellug that Polly wished to be spared the outburst of tears that a sympathetic word might bring upon her They al lowed her to remain alone for a time then Mandy entered softly with a tep der good night and Douglas followed her cheerily as though nothing at nil had happened i jIt was many weeks Polly again became a companion to Douglas and Mandy but they did not intrude her grief They waited patiently for the time when youth should again assert itself and bring back their laughing mate to them r CflAPTEI viir Polly understood that To WHEN was actually gone It seem to her that she could never again She had been too young to realize the inevitableness ot deatli when It came to her mother d QOW she could or c carceiybe1ievci hat Toby would never never come back to her Sherfelt that she must be able to back that she could riot go on without him She wanted to tell him how grateful she was for all his care of her She thought of the thousand little things that she might have done for him She longed to recall every impatient word to him His gentle reproachful eyes were always haunting her You must come back Toby she cried You must It1as only when body aTid mind httd yearningIo u t a returning sense of her obligation to others Shetried to answer in her old smiling way andlto keep her mind upon what they were saying Instead of letting it wander away to the past Douglas and Mandy were overjoyed- to see the color creeping bal to her cheeks She joined the pastor again In his visits to the poor The women pf the = SHE XEVR TO T I husband p interests before upon town would often see them passing and would either whisper to each other shrug their shQulders or lift their eyebrows with smiling Insinua i1lQnsbut Polly anrtbe pastor were too absorbed in each other tq take much notice of what was going Ion about them The had not gone for their walk today because Mandy had needed Polly to help make ready for th social to be held In the Sundiy school room to night V IEarly In the afternoon Polly bad seen shut himself up In the wasIMandy new mad cookies she used t her customary trick to get them away Tug youre tU she cried and then dashed out the back dopr pursued by the laughlng screaming youngsters Iandy foH6wed the children to the porcli ands d looking nfter them as the mad little band scurried about the back yard darted In and out among the trees then up the side of the wood ed hill just beyond the church j The leaves once more were red and yellow on the trees but today the air was warm and the children were wear ing their summerdresses Polly lithe girlish figure looked almost tall by comparison with the children about i otjwbueniake 1t had been cut ankle for Polly was now seventeen Her quaint old fashioned manner her serl otis eyes anti her trick of knotting hoc heavy brown hair low on her neck made herSyeem older Mandy waited until the children had dlsappeare4 over the hill then began bustling about looking for the stepladder which Hasty had left under the vines of the porch It had been a busy day at the parsonage A social always meant perturbation for Mandy She called sharply to Hasty as became down the path which mad a short cut to the village Sos youse back isyotsbe asked sarcastically f Sure Is back answered Hasty goodnnhiredlrnshe sant upon an empty box that had some things for the social and pretended to wipe the perspiration from his forehead Massa Joint done send yo to de postoffice two hours atb said Mandy shetookthe letters and papers from his hand Five minutes Is plenty ob time for any nigger to do dat job VI done beerf detained Hasty drawled You e always tamed when tdars anyvwork agoln on Mandy snipped J t itt lflp Whars Miss Polly Hasty asked Igtforlug Mandys reference to work ponySbefetch that stepladder Into de Sunday school room Butt I wants her Hasty Insisted Is been on very tlcular business what she ought to know bout Business she repeated What kind ob business I got to fix de Sunday school room said Hasty as he perceived her grow ing curiosity You come beau nigger Mandy called determined that none of the village doings should escape her OPt ItWell u Its bout de circus Hasty answered seating himself again on the box Deys showln in Wakefleld to night an next month days comin here Dat same Circus what Miss Polly used to be wld landys eyes grejw large with curiosity De very same and Hasty nodded mysteriously How 30 know dat Mandy was uncertain whether to believe hlih Cause das a big red wagou down town wid do name ob de show painted on it Its de adveftlsin one what goes ahead wid gull de pictures what dey pastes up NAn yo been Bangin roun dat wagon I done thought Miss Polly might want to knaw See here lazy nigger don yo go putthi1 no Circus notions into Miss Po1 Jys head She donL1Ue no mbre bout dem tings since her Uncle Toby done die She done been satisfied right whar she ain Jes yo let her be 1 aint done nothin V Hasty pro tegte Coritinued next reek Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Mercury as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the 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SUBSCRIPTION M Tear fLOO xMonths 50 Three Montis 25 i Democratic Tlcet r ii cIRCUIT JUDGE I H T urman ft COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY C S Hill of Marion County REPRESENTATIVE D Graham r j COUNTY JUDGEB L Litsey jVj COUNTY CLERKW F Booker CIRCUIT CLERKRobt Nbe COUNTY ATTORNEY T cott Myes SHERIFFS J Anderson BushCASSESSOR W T Mitchell CORONERDr W E Crume V- SURvEYORWm G Roberts t i Fathers Day 1 7J New York Timesb Let us wear a white carnati9p 1For the dear old mothers Shes the best of Gods creation And as good as He can make But the fathers plain and prjosy Should be recognized some way For their lives are not so rosy dayNotWho when rocky grows the road outingAndThey deserve no compensation But a cowhide or a recognitioToyear Keeptheirposts with grim decision Loss of job their greatest fear they are working uncomplaining Iri the mIll and market plade r gainingAspace Not the club dads or the dud dads But the dads who day Keep oir working never shirking And act night take home their pay recognitionNpJboneday SPARROW Some of the farmers taki ig advan + tage of the recent rains engaged in setting tobacco There to be some complaint about setS plants in this VIcinity I Fruit is Very scarce in thi locality comparatively none at all The prospect for wheat mdrye is very good Grass is rath r short Clover is making but little show j C Stewart sold to Cpt John R Downs of Bloomfield 12 hogs at 5 h cents per pound R N Vowels sold to Ezra Terrell one mare for 155 JD Terrell bought of R N Vowels one aged mare for 125 Jeff Hughes of Little Mount Spen cer county has opened up a store at this place where he is ever readyto ac commodate the public with everything usually kept in a firstclass store Rev H L Olmstead filled his regu lar appointment afc Fair Mount last Sunday preaching to yery large audiences both morning and night Misses Mary K Simpson and Opha Black Messrs Wm Perry and Strauss Harris were guests ot Miss Jappa Barnett last Sunday itA Lr Jeffries and wife of Glensboro and K L Mitchell and wife spent last Sunday with W C aniniack and wife Mrs W C Cammack and daughter Icie T spent last Monday night with VandykeIMrs Lucy Dpke died at the home of her brother T J Leathers near Stin nett on May 19 The int rment took place the following day at New Liberty burying ground Deceased was about 65 years of age She had been in poor health for sometime but seemed to greatly improve and was able to travel around where she pleased On the morning of her death she ate a hearty ireakfasju and shortly afterwards was taken suddenly ill and died in a few hours She is survived by three daugh ters and two sons who have the sym pathy of all in their bereavement Decoration se vceswillbe held at Fair Mount Saturday June 5 Born to the wife of EV Martin Mav 21st a boy Try Kentucky Star Fiour So good Try Kentucky Star Flour So good t1 i MAKESFORHEALTH ir THE MEAL HOUR dE A r PLEASANT ONE Then of All Times Gloom and Disagreement Should Be Banished r Good Cheer Is Active Foe of Dyspepsia There are families who reserve all their unpleasantness for meal hours they think It a convenient occasion to discuss things that have gone awry to thrash out grievances to dwell on dis agreeable or gloomy subjects If they but knew it they are courting dyspepi ala more surely than if they indulged in mince pie or terrapin Havent you gone to the table raven ous with hunger and find your appetite leave you in the face of a family quarrel Who has not felt their food heavy after a meal hourj of ructipns Yet how few blame it on its real cause which is the interruption of di gestion by mental agitation The meal hour should be the pleas Iitest hoUr in the day It should be looked forward to rather than dreaded and it will be If parents in slst on each one being agreeable Con tribute to the family good cheer and dyspepsia will vanish To one household where meals had been constant turmoil where food health or the latest worry were the sole conversational efforts came a woman with wholesome views on table cheer j She directed the talk into agreeable channels she exerted herself to be entertaining iin il the captious family followed her lead Finally they agreed on a fine for every unpleasant subject broached at mealsI Not only did the manners of that family improve but also the general health The children from being easily sickened by their food and constantly doctored for weak digestion could eat anything with impunity Cheer during meals will do away with the need of digestive tablets Make it a rule to come to the table smiling and continue to smile though the food does not suit you and every one else is down on her luck Your smile will prove contagious Good manners are desirable but not so desirable us gOOd health If your cHild can only learn t6 eat well through constant nagging at meal time better let it slip tip in its table manners Many children refuse to eat at table becaruse their hunger is driven away by reproof A mother once complained tb her doctor that her small son had no ap petite no matter how tempting the food he not eat it though beseemed hungry between meals The physician asked to be inrited to lunch which the child ate with the family At the close of the meal he said 4fl- ls not your boys digestion that iaat fault put his mother Let that boys manners alone Stop your incessant Willie your elbows dp not smack your lips If you think he will not shine asa gentleman without such Coaching take 15 minutes midway be tween meals for lessons In table breeding but stop your nagging while he eats ifyou would not have a chron ic dyspeptic Watch your table talk keep It pleas ant at any cost learn to digest your food with laughter and fight dyspepsia with cheerfulness and not only will your home Ufebe happier but you will forget that tweak stomach NEW MILLINERY MODEL In paille dltalie with soft bows of black silk ribbon and a cluster ol pale pink roses Gulmpes of Fine Lace Gulmps of very fine laces deftly put together by hand are disputing place with the tucKed net guirnpes which have been positively epidemic The carrying of the frock color on up to the chin through a net gulmpe match- Ing the frock Is still an insistent note In French models but tie becoming white guimpe though usually shrunken in size has beeh demanded by so many sensible women that it has remained In the majority inciteor the fashion edicL From a jParis Letter to the American Register Lon don t Lace Overrobes Lace ndnet overrobes wilt ltmuch worn over straight untrimmed gowns the handsomest of the robe being embroidered with jewels I i j 1 j Dr G T1 Burton RESIDENTDENTIST Teeth Extracted wit out Pain i CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield r Ky mce in Hasron Block up stairs Local News Notes FOR SALE Two Jersey heifers Due to calves in three to six weeks TJIURMAN PETERS Low prices prevail throughout my en tire stock of beautiful Spring Millinery Can save you money by buying now Mrs Nannie Mullican over Peoples Bank Buy the R G Corset at Grundy Mclntire Great bargains in Millinery at Miss WILLIE KNOTT Buggies and Wagons for sale by A C Ipmbalb One suit cleaned Sponged and pressed for 75c by Springfield Cleaning and PressingClub S For the best and latest styles in Milli nery at th6 lowest price see Miss Willie Knott 1 See our 50c Shirts they look like lr shirts Grundy Mclntire Ifyou want strong healthy chickens and turkeys feed them Enterprise Poul try Powders Positively cures gapes Sold by HAYDON ROBERTSON Ladies Wah Shirts 100 to 25O- sGrundySMcIntire It Buy Rapid Shine Stove Polish 5c per box JOE 4 SHADER Try Kentucky Star FlourV its made h grandfather used to make it For Brown doubleshovel plows five plow cultivators fourteen tooth Harl rows Disc Harrows Tobacco Setters and American Fence call on A C KIMBALL Use Kentucky Star Flour to bake your Cakes and make Biscuits Its light pure white and healthful SAY Your Buggy needs Painting See A iC Kimbapatnld Casey Shop on Main FOR SALE One firstclass secondhand upright Fjsl er piano Will sell reaSonable For f rther information call on ED M RUSSELL Try Kentucky Star Flour Its made like grandfather used to make it FOR SALEA latestmodel No 5 1ntirstclonly three month For further particulars and terms apply at this office FOUND Between the Walto Hotel arid Condors blacksmith shop a bunch of keys Anyone calling at this office and proving property and paying for this local can have same FOUND In front of this office a check on The Bank of Maynard May nard Ark madepableto John Smith by R P Jones Owner can haveSame by paying for this local Call at this office Mr J ti Yankey ihas receiyec word of the birth of a fine tenploumd grand son The baby was born May 19 and is the s0n of Mr and Mrs W J Schoene Mrs Schoene prior to her marriage was Miss Rena Yankey Carpets and Mattings at Grundy Mclntire There will be a roll caLand home comers meeting at the Mackville Chris tian church the first unday in June All present and former members of the congregation are cordially invited to come and make this a day of great re joicing fpr those who love to worship in spirit and in truth St Marys College Commencement onTuesdayat the Gommence ient will be Mr James M Collins Attorney at Law ot Maysville Ky si1 The local Alumrja of St Catherines set a delightful county court dinner on Monday last and were very successful considering the small crowd in town About 80 was realized by the ladies while many a man realizea that he had eaten a fine dinneufor a small price NOTICE The persdn who took a dark green silk parasol out of the Court Iquse during the strawberry supper last Thursday night will pleaser turn it to this office or to Mrs E E Buster si Kentucky Star Flour Best made j fti Ti ele er It Pays To Stop Here iS4StSsSiSsI Why Not Save 1 Money II II- e in T I new in INCORPORATED e The strawberry supper given by ladies of the church Thursday evening was quite a succ Despite the miserable weather many friends were present and about 75 was realized The sum would have been really greater had not the dainty edibles been exhausted early in the eve ni g We guarantee satisfaction when we se lahat The best for the lowest pr ce Miss WILLIE KNQTT Monday was county court but drew on y a small crowd to town The far Imiirs of the county are now too busy wi h their crops to come to town unless ca ted here by important business There was also but little stock on the marKet Politicians however were plentiful and could be seen on every hand button holing and t cajoling the good voter who will mean so much in November Ten Ladles Spring Suits Tto close at cst See them Grundy Mclntire ISM reports the ollcfwing sale on MOnday 7 2ye rolci steers 3850 per hrd1 cow and calf 301 cow and 1 cow and calf 35 1 old cow 1950 1 old cow 175Q 2 sows and 5 pigs 1251 rnie79 1 mare 71 1 mare 85 1 old horse 2750 1 old horse 25 Lots of old buggies at prices from 5 up ClelPur dom of Marion county refused an offer of 20250 for a 4yearold black horse On r next Saturday and will be a meeting hejd at Bethlehem church The topic for gen eral discussion will be The Church and the various phases of tnis1 interest ing subject will be discussed by the Baptist ministers and laymen of Cen tral Association Dinner will be served on the ground on Saturday The public Ts cordially invited to attend these sere vices WANTED man or woman in each couoty to advertise receiveor ders and manage business for New York Mail Order House 1800 weekly posi tion permanent no investment required Previous experience not essential to en gaging Spare time valuable Enclose self addressed envelope for full particulars ADDRESS CLARKE Co Wholesale Dept 103 PARK AVE NEW YORK Ie elr Prices Always Lowest isissuiisQuality Guar antee SSSSSS ShoddyMer II JUST RECEIVED NEW LINEll 1 LadiesWash f r The Outs S5to12t H ETThe Suite v Special Cut Prices A Lot of Ladies Skirts IN AND COLORS fAsk to see these bargains we can save you money1Ii 1 Special good things Ladies Shirt Waists Out Prices in Mens and Clothing y Daily Receiving things Summer Goods ROBERTSONGLAYBROOKE CO SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY I1iIjI SIS1SIS1SIS1SIStSI1IL1S l SISSsSiOiSiSIO Presbyterian theI I Campbell Sundaythere FIfthSunday Trustworthy The SVNl Suits Newest Panama Boys Marion County Falcon and Enterprise fTht only marriage license issued from the county clerks office this week J was one to Thomas Nally a farmer aged twehtythree of Washington county and Miss Eulalia Downs of the Chicago vicinity They were married at Chicago by Father Werner on Wednesday Coronet Ivo Brjussells has returned from a visit to Washington count where he spent several days He was accompanied home by his daughterinpu law Mrs Agnes Brussells and her in fant the posthumous son of Henry sells The child waS baptized and has been given the name of his lather Miss Victoria Mattingly aged About twentyfour years died at the bon of her mother Mrs Sarah Mattingli near Sulrjhur rrings last Saturday of consumption The funeral services were conducted at St Augustines church Sunday afternoon and the burial was in St Augustines cemetery Mrs i Susan Bowman widow ot the late John Q Bowman died at her home on the Cissell River pike last Friday morning from illness resulting from a stroke of paralysis which she received some time ago The funeral services were conducted at St Charles church on Saturday morning with Requiem Mass at which her pastor Rev JJPike was celebrant Mr T F Osbrn died at his home on High street in this city Wednesday eve- nIng May 19 1909 at 815 oclock of stomach troubleiAlthough he had been in failing health for several years he was able to be out jintil about two weeks ago when his condition became serious and he was forced to remain 1n his room I Mr Samuel J Roberts sonof the fate William A Robert died at the home of his mother Mrs Elldn Robertson Higri street this cty last Fri day afternoon May 14 i9O9 at 620 odockj after a lingering illness of a cpmplication of diseases Funeral ser vices were conducted at St Augustines church Sunday morning at 10 oclock by Very RevJ1A Hogarty after which his were interred in St Augustines cemetery r No chandise BUCKS TATHAM SPRINGS Rev Hatchett preached to a large crowd at this place Sunday Mr Everett Keeling and wife and Mr Sam Yeager and wife spent Sunday at the hotel here Mr R C Phikston and family dined at the home of Mr G W Shirley Sunday Mr Carl Wallof near Willisburgv attended church here Sunday Roy Sutherland of Chaplin spent last week at the home of his grandparents Mr and Mrs Graham of Sharps ville Mrs Satterly who has been sick for some time we are glad to report better Mr and Mrs Pinkston attended church at Love Ridge Sunday Mr Bob Russell of Springfield spent last week at the Springs here Dolt Now Now is the time to get rid of your applYingChamQerlains Ioutottenare simply muscular beUnia cold or damp or chronic and yield to the vigorous itYouSoldbyTHE WORLDS 6REATESTS WIH6 MACHINE NHOM1 F Rotary8buttleoraSowing Machine write to Till NEW HOME SEWIMQ MACHINE BIMPAXY Orange Ma Man7 ewine machines arc made to sell reeardleac ef quality but the New 1IeRseffiade M wear Our guaranty sever ruM pit 1Idby autkerized dealers ealjoI5ALzsy I r u t Co u Ucfc THE SPRliNGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY rAY 26 1909 u 5 I thev Pride ofltheI Owner oft t t Li a Home it- i l JJy The Red DrugStore l I V Everyone who owns a ho Vie is anxious that that home shall make the best appearance possible To riakea propercselection of HOUSE PAINTS keep in mind the fact that the cost of labor tof spreading the paint is the greatest item intle cost of repainting The price of house paints is therefore of no moment provided you will take Thrabil ty in consideratign It costs just as much to spread poor paint asjt does to spread the best paint consequently the article which preserves your building ort e longestp riod is the cheapest The best paint isa f v 4 T Pure Linseed Oil Paint 5 forLinseed Oil is the lifEgivingpreserativeelenien and combined with pigments which the manufacturer knows to be best adaptedand most durable makes the ideal product You shouldsee to it that when you buy paints and varnishes for your house or any pact of it or when you give an order to Your painter fran paint ine and varnishing want done that he uses the very best of p intIillarge work it isalways best to have a practical painter but there fare aboutIthe house that you can readily finish yourself by using our readytoapply paints Come ih and have a little paint talk with us Now is the time to lbghtenupk your home We can tell you the best product to use forhany purpose you may have in mind and secure complete r finishing sketches for you k I Come in and let us figure with you on your Paints etc before buying elsewhere We have a complete line of Mixed Paints White Lead and Varnishes of every de- sdription In tact everything in the painting line We arehandlemade to su tall t Let us Figur wmh You Before Buying there is a Satisfaction about a Well Painted House 1 QUALITY Does It a z L The best paint materials pure Whitetead land Lin seed Oil properly applied givjes the house a finish that mixed paint will not The quality lasts and serves both for looks and protection We carry a full line of paint t ing materials all at the lowest prices Call and let us figure on your lob before birying and you vill find us cheaper than any other house in this city The Red + Drug Store Springfield Ky II Hi c tl TEXAS t J Mr West Perkins and sister Mrs WT Phillips spent last Tuesday with their brother near Fenwick Mrs Lucy Holderman and familY at tended the iiineral of her neice Mrs Henry Isham nee Miss Taylor Mrs Isham was a victim of the dreaded dis ease consumption She died Tuesday morning and her remains were laid to rest the following day Mrs Mattie Craine 6f Run spent Tuesday with her aunt Mrs R L Arnold The wool buyers of this vicinity and of Perry yille and Stewart received wool here Tuesday at 31c Miss Myrtle Adkh son is the guest of her sister Mrs Dan West of Spring field Miss Maggie Arnold who has been the guest of Mrs Morgan Arnold of Boyle county for the past two weeks returned home Wednesday Misses Bessie and Nancy Cocanough er entertained some of their friends Wednesday night in honor of their cousin Miss Myrtle Cocanougher Miss May Cocanougher spent Wed nesday night with Mrs John Peterson Mr John Isham and wile moved to Perry ville Wednesday where they will makerthelr future home H G Peter son and family moved to the house which waS vacated byMr Isham Prayer meeting will be held at Beth lehdm every second and fourth Sundays at 3 oclock in the afternoon It is to be hoped that it will be a great success Everyone is invited to attend Mrs Haines of Spurlington is yisit l1rsEinilymers is on the sick list Misses Ruth Claybrooke and Hattie Arnold who have been attending school in Springfield lor the past nine months have returned liome They both stood examination all right and will enter Prof Colyiris room at the beginning of next term tVVMiss Ada Arnold after taking a course of study from Prof Colvin forj the past fewmonths has returned homeI Mr Turner and daughterinlaw Mrs- Bertha Turner with ner little girls Maree Henrietta and Emma May MniTurnersC Rowesand Mr W T Phillips Miss Myrtle Cocanougher who has been visiting her cousin Miss Nancy Cocanougher for the past month ha wreturiiedThe Ladies Baptist Missionary Soc- itYmet e at the home of Mrs J M Beg ey last Saturday afternoon Mr Ray Cochran of near Lebanon spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives at this place J Messrs R L Arnold and Willie Rowe were interryville Sunday Dr DcA Crosby visited his mother at Shelby ville last week We are glad to report little Evelyn Peterson doing nicelYwith her broken limb Mr Calvin Sbewmaker of Mackville was the guestof his daughter Mrs H Cocanougher r Mr Dick i ham of 1 ckville was hire one day last week Miss Etta Woosley of Springfield was the guest of friends here Sunday fAIR VIEW Mr and Mrs Cola Grigsby Mr and Mrs Hugh Grigsby and Mr and Mrs Joe Bishop dined with Mr and Mrs J E Stevenson Friday Mr and Mrs Sanford Yocum and Mr and Mrs Billy Rines visited the nome of Mr Ed Yocum Sunday night MiSS Mollie Hines and George Moul attended church at Mt Zion Sunday Mr and Mrs Will Sweeney and two daughters of Chaplin and Mrs Thos Boggess of Illinois visited the home o Mr James Truax Sunday Mrs Case Cutsinger is improvingati thiswriting ToKccp Light Dresses Clean Magnesia may be obtained either In powder orn square cakes and it is very effective in cleaning laces and del icate fabrics Sift or rub it on the parts to be cleaned arid lay them away in a box or drawer where they will b undisturbed for a day or so and then shake them out It is a very good plan to apply the magnesia in this way whenI putting away party dresses that have become slightly soiled The magnesia absorbs the dust and when you take the dresses out to weir them the next time they willis be fresh and dainty The mI afsa effective when applied in the same way for remoyin grease spots Womans Home Co panIn for Tun- eChamberlains liniment This 4s a new preparation and a good one It is especially valuable as acure for chronic and muscular rheumatism and for the relief from pain which it affords in acute inflammatory rheuma tism Those who have Used it have i variably spoken of it in the highe terms of praise Lame back lame shoulder and stiff neck are due to rheumatism of the muscles usually brought on by exposure to cold or damp and are quickly cUred by applying this ment freely and massaging the aftect parts Soreness of the muscles wheth er ed by violent exercise or injury is alloyed by this liniment For sale b The Leo Haydon Drug Col V i c loW ISPRINGFIELD TEETH DangerIeor r just as advertised GUARANTEED EJOver McElroy Shaders Grocery oopoaonon oa I a Personal Notesvfp o Visitors In and Out of ToWnAO Round Up of the Weeks a Personal News aOMi John Shuck McElroy JrwIlI arrive from Gentral University today to visit hlsp rentS Mr and Mrs John Shuck McElrpy Sr sMiss Margaret Moore of Bards town was jthe guest of friends here last week Mrs E L iDavison spent jseyeral days in Louisville last week Mrs J H Lampoon fiSvl Jtmg her father and brother and son Dinwiddie in Louisville She is accompanied by her little granddaughter Olivia Smith Dr G T Burton returned home Sunday after a yisit to his family in Garrard county 7Mf HeffernanRubel of Lebanon visited here Sunday Dr sand Mrs J B RoBards of Harrodsburg visited here the first of the Week Mr Geo E Medley is visiting his family at this place i County Clerk W F Booker was quite sick last week but has about recovered and is able to be at his office again f Messrs DrMann and Jesser Rapier of Bardstown visited here Sunday li Mr J F Wycoff of Mackville nas been spending several days in town i thesel1d with their neice Mrs Smock of St Marys =Mr J Z Wimsattof Louisville i visiting relatives here Messrs John B Peter and Chas Camden of MackvJlle were in town Monday for county court Mr Joe Phillips of Lebanon was here for county court Mr R C BJanford of the Marion County Leader was in town county court day in the interest of his paper ybir and Mrs John R Smith of Bloomfield visited here the first of the week Hon Clem HifIof Lebanon and Hon Hal Graham of Greensburg can didates for Commonwealths Attorney were intown county court day shaking hands with the Voters Mr E G Boblitt of Bardstown spent Monday iln town = Mr John Brown ar of Lebanon was among the visitors in town Monday Mr Will Stiles of Bardstown was a county courtrdayjyisitor Dr Et McKay Miller of New Hope is visiting Dr W F Trusty and familyOJ l Mr John Handy who has been at gfho l at this place during the p year last Saturday for Kansas City Mo to accept a position While here John made many friends who wish him success in his new field Mr Ed Ross of near town who has been very ill with pleurisy is im proving slowly 1 The many friends of Mrs Susie Wootton who wasoperated on atNor ton Infirmary for tumor last Saturday w I1be glad to know thatshe is doing every well Mr JSmith cashier ef theI Farmers Bank of Mackville spontMon day in town O c Commonwealths Attorney R L Durham is hereattendingcourt Prof Adams of the Grundy Home was a visitor at the Sun office yester day 1Jack McChord with reach home to willmbe here until the University commence ment the second week in June J C ShaderJr has returned to St Marys after spendingtwo weeks withhisparcntsMrand Mrs J C Shader Mrs W A Colvin of Fairfield is GaW Colvin and family s Mr J J McCabe is visiting isle family at this place visitingein Louisville i Lebanonspent 1 F T i 1 MENU Katie Hertlein BrosSodom Fountain 5CaV lOcAny kind of Ice Cream Soda Any kind of Phosphate Claret Ice- Buffalo Punch y Any kind of Sundae T jjCocaCola + ziv Lime Juice Kola t Maple Leaf Sundae ALL GOODS IN FIVE GINGER SOUR Mrs J S Claybrooke entertai a number of her friends at Flinch an 500 last Friday afternoon Miss Mary Brown has returned to Louisville afterf spending a few days with her sisters asses Lucy and Yeoja Brown ivi Mrs W H Sweeney and son Har vey of Louisville are visiting relatives here = Miss Della Carpenter has gone to Louisville to make her home Mrs J W Hill will leave Thursday for her nome in Walnut Kansas after spending several weeks with her sister Mrs J W Kelly Mr Hugh Hamilton of Oakland Cal is visiting his father Mr Is A Hamilton at Mrs Mack Miller and Mrs Smith Barlow of Bardstown were guests of their sister Mrs J S Claybrooke last week Messrs C W Hagan and O C Pace of Lebanon were here Sunday Misses Stella Simms and Margaret Spalding have returned from a visit to fends and eTatiyes in Louisville 4Mrs McCarley and little grandson of Crab Orchard are guestS of Mrs McCarleys daughter Mrs J F Pet tus s Mrs J J McCabe returned home Saturday after spending several days in Louisville i Miss Mary Gleasop is visiting New Hopq Miss Myrtle Price entertained few of her friends in a most charming manner Friday evening at Five Hun dred Those present were Mr an Mrs G D Robertson Jr Mr an Mrs Will Leachman Misses Bessi Campbell Mayme Donelly Bertha Will Robertson The prize was abeautir ful box of red roses and ferns and was won by Mr Evan Hagan The booby asrlw o Dead Beets and was wo by Mrs Will Leachman A delightful lunch was served and all present en joyed themselves to the fullest extent Young Girls Are Victims fk of headache as well as older women b tall get quick relief and prompt cure from Dr Kings New Life Pills th SEWING MACHINE ROLLER GEARING HIGH GRADE by buying this ing machine STRONGEST GUARANTEE Sewing Machine Co SELVIDERE ILLINOIS Fl f i f f + Lemonade ChocolateMilk rLemon Egg Phosphate MilkShake 1PineappleBonbon Strawberry Bonbon tBanana Sandwich = BOTTLES CENTS ALECOCACOLALEMON Katie Hertlein Broh 4 Fredencktowny SiFmsMessrs dirvousaydonRobertsons ff1ltbgttnnf StweMoney reliaQlchonesthig National CherryBonbon 15c Newsd 4 fFromMemories of the past should not lk allowed to crowd out exptailens df the future Most people who say that offeEds ifbecauseWhen the rural mail earners get tai using aeroplanes on theyToutes they will deposit the mail in the marti c boxes at the farmhouses Yam Sims has a new suit of clothes andwants to know if the a aint someway to tighten up the hairs onliig gfay mule Tobe Mosely has been confined to hit front porch with a severe heacliche since being serenaded by the Excelsior Fiddling band last night pIn order to hold thelattention ofvhw congregation the Dog Hill preacher has placed an empty jug on the wall at the back pf the pulpit t A gossip in a way is like unto a COURT try dog at night He knows nothing is particular to make a noise about but r nelghbotdogThe protracted meeting atHor Ford has wrought a great change over the community Even the fish will not bite on Sundays There is also a movement on foot to stop the creek from running onthe Sabbath inNext Sunday the Dog Hill minister 7apreach The name of his subjectwil be HeUH and Raz Barlow will be use das an illustration 8This is indeed a puzzling life IfyoK sit down too much you wear your pants out at the seat if you walk too muck you wear your shoes out There is one consolation however and that is that you can think all you please and not wear your hat out Y GROVE4 Mrs Ora Merritt and Dr Smock are yisitjng fnends in Danville tMiss Ty Reed is spendingseyeratS weeks with her cousin Mrs Hyatt tJWillis lrg eMrs A L Litsey spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs Julia LeachmanV hIrCal Shewmaker hret ed- rfrom a visit to his son Charlie Shew maker at Texas Y Mrs Bessie Birch was in WnIi barE Friday Rev Haynes accompanied by Mist Mabel Thompsdri spent Thursday af ternoon with the Misses Edgerton Mrs Tom Baker spent last week witk her sister Mrs Jas Moran at Litaeyl Mr and Mrs J S Leachman have returned home after a visit io friends and relatives at Fairfield Mitt Leachman spent Friday nignfc with his mother Mrs W P Merritt has retnrnel from a visit to friends and relative ibi Louis illea i Miss Lillian Leachman was the guest of friends at Willisburg SundayTaiHf Monday Forced Into Exjlei Win Upchurch of Glen Oak Okla was an exile from home Mountain all he thought would cure a frightful racking cough that had defied monthheThen I began to use Dr KingnNeir Discovery he write and aftertaing six bottles I am as well as evesit saves thousands yearly from drparL f ate ling diseases Infallible for CODgIIand Colds it dispel Hoargenew sM- Sore Throat Cures JSronchijas popingCough5Ocfree guaranteed by Hayden Jb Robert son i r a J S Ii ztI THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 26 1909 no = = = 0 t = I f FREEt 2O SfL W kHi I 2Payers H FOR PRICE OFr t t iiSubscribe Today 1 u uo 0 SPOILED A GOOD IMPRESSION Final Act of Inmate of Asylum Gave Visitor Good Ground for poubting His Sanity I Lew DOCk stader tells hi the Satur orrf his who visited an Insane alylum and came across an inmate who was walk ing in the corridor His friend en gaged thA Inmate in conversation and discovered him to be a most intelligent person posted on all the topics of the day with rational ideas about everything and no signs of Insanity 4Youdo not seem insane said the visitor v Ceiltdnlynoltreplied the Inmate I am perfectly sane I am here be cause of a plot against me by some enemies If I could get word to my sis ters and brothers I would be liberated at once Also I would like a word with my lawyer To make sure the visitor talked for half an hour with the inmate and in the end was convinced a gross injus tice was being done He said I will gladly take a message to your lawyer or your brother 1 am sure you are ane If you will replied the nmatei shall be under lifelong obligation tq you I am incarcerated here for njreason I am sane Please say to my i Itfhe Kentucky Farmerf 3 A WEEKLY JOURNAL REPRESENTATIVE OF AND DEVOTED TO THE AGRICU URAL AND LIVE STOCK INTERESTS OF KENTUCKY AND THE SOUTH J Given Away Absolutely Free for Three Months t j rOSJlBSCRISERS PAYING IN ADVANCE j ir AND TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS SUNT J zn = The = year and the Kentucky Farmer Three months for the price bif the Sun 1 lUlton3r a special inducement t to all those in arrears to pay up and tones ibscfiberst we will have mailed t til FREE for THREE tIONfSt THE KENTUCKY FARMER a live ard uptpdate weekly JourhalV t at Louisville 1 you your home pacer for one year and a farm paper for three J t months for the prIce of me paper alone This offer IS OPEN TOAL new subscribers or renewals who pay Cash in thih it Vtservt the right to withdraw this offer at any date j IiTsubscribing or rehewing askfpt this pap- eriSend 1oChick Paper Money or Postoffice Money Order and take advantage of this offer The Springfield Sun 1 f Springfield Ky lawyer mat cu saw me nem anawat and see 1mecgain m1 liberty There was some nibre conversation and the message was arranged for and addresses given After other protests tionof his sanity and assurances by the visitor that the outrage would soon be corrected the visitor turned to go As heK was about to descend the steps he was hoisted off his feet by a tremendous kick and fell into flower bed He turned to see the aj mate grinninry at him rom the steps Why did you do that 1 shouted the visitor Lest you forget said the inmate shaking a youhforget r The Buyers Guide I The firms whose naves are repre I seated In our advertising columns are worthy of the confidence of every person in thf community who has mane to spend The fact that they Advertise stamps them as enterprising progressive men of business a- credit I to pur town and deserving of I ttipport Our advertising column- scompnaeaBayeraGaide to fair prices I y 4 T W ele ele el elII WEEKLY l H L r COURIERJOLeRNAL- r Henry Wattirson Editor r Is a national Newspaper Pemocr tlc in politics It prints all the news without r 1 fear or favor The regular price is100c = a year but you can getthe WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL and ziIiITIIEUNt u BOTH ON YEA FOR NtdL WIf50 If you wlll give or send your order Jo this jiaper ttifhe CounerJpurnabiJ nce t rDaily taurier Journal one year a v 6 00 l Sunday CourierJournal oneear t 100 + i v rc i We can give you a combinationcnt rater = on Daily or Sunday if you will write this iper oi t e iT- i ltIz USEFUL FOR DOUBLE PURPQSE Quaintly haped Humpty Cusnlons Are Deservedly Popular Article of Furniture There has been quite a craze lately for those quaintly shaped and oddfy named humpty cushfons which are so cozy for sitting on close to the fire In winter time and which may be used also for footstools if desired Two fairly Jarge cushions covered with canvas are required make the humpty and these be filled with fine shavings orlrfeathers Over the canvas cushions iarge square pieces of brocade tapestry are tolde4and tIdraped In such a way that four ends form the kind of decoration shown In our sketch wljere naturally only three of the thejcenterthe join is hidden bya band of rib bon tied firmly round the center These hutnpty1 cushions by the way might easily be made front remnants purchased at the winter sales ARE ALL OF PRINCESS SHAPE Fashions Edict as to Style and M- terials That Go to Make Up Graduation Gown The graduation frocks or the years whether th high Y be fd4 grammar and schools or for college will all practically be of the princess shape and a host of lingerie ones will be seen For grammar and high school there is nothing so suitable as a lavn or mull with lace and finel work for ti young girl But girl will overrule her sensible mother and wear silk gauzes or even silky opaque materials Crepe de chine and chiffon cloth are perennial Tavorites Silk cashmere will be used extensive ly this year and so toot will the new thin silkjOttpman which has the large cord and thicker weave The returned crepe cloth of thin almost gauzy texture is a practical ma terial for such gowns It is fine and clinging and lends itself tgela bora Lion With it there are shown a host of other all silk and silk and wool nU1mer wnen summer comes it win be to some extent displaced by its more dur able and wearable cousin buckskin which this Fear comes In black and IItap ds well as in the usual white I everyone will admit that this porous leather Is very armit 150ft doubt the most durable oi leather and Jt it Is carefully kept it shapetn to think that the woman of fashion need not wear the agonizing shoes of patent leather nor need she limp about In tis suelike shoes of kid At least buck Skin is heavy enough to stand a rea sonable sole an important i matter U the shoe is to be at all comfortable t Fabric Shoes The new fabric shoe Is one of the most attractive of the view footwear They are shown in all the popular shades ofcrav netted cloth with the flowed of the same color but satin striped No more luxurious shoe could be Im agined The white shoes of the com ing summer are to be of linens tanvas r and kid and many will be very high boots although the whitebeaded tlf popular ISuede in all colors still holds its own One dainty house slipper In delicate colors has set at one side A bewitching little bow of a matching chiffon There are black velvet shoes as well as black velvet slippers to wear with the many modish black toilettes Glft for a Household Shower A novel and inexpensive gift for a hpuseholH shower given for a bride to be was a set of iron waxers Six ob long cases eight and a half inches long by lye arid a half inches wide were made of n fine quality ol gingham two in blue two plnk and two a soft graIThese cases wore filled with bay berries slidpacked in a dainty box cov red with rosefigured wall paper AF the young bride did her own housework she found the waxers quite a lr asurc the heat of the iron not only brought out the cleansing was for her flatironsbut the kitchen was filled with a pleasant fragrance For Elderly Women Women who are growing old are advised to wear lace especially about the neck and shoulders Nothing It Is said so softens those insidious wrinkles which come stealing along when a woman has reached the for ties as folds of dal 1tylncc1t seems to go well with gray hair tooj Tb young woman with round curves and firm smooth flesh can stand stiff allormade effects and even look the better for them The aging head needs a softer fra- meTheresa Way To defeat the mail order mans cutthroat method in this community The way U publicity for your business tltJ1eiame he uses 4u- columns will jive your business tht publicity you need Clubbing Rates club with the leading Newspapers and Magazines 1FolloWin THE SUN andBOTHYEAR Daily Louisville Times 350 Evening Post 350 Louisville Herald Farmers Home Journal 175 CourierJournal Above prices include Kentucky Farmer for three months stiiifA FARMSituated Four and onehalf miles B rdstown iContains good TOBACCO LAND has eighty acres in grass and fifteen acres of blue grass woods also a or chard 50 acres of bottom land A bargain at an acre For further informatio appLyaf this office jt t MR BRYANS PLANS In response to repeated demands coming from 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Harpers Magazine 43E Harpers Weekly 43- Sunnv South 151 i I + t L e Jackson goesFLg3 By Leyols Worihington Smith Copyright by J B Llppincott Co For three summers Jackson had stayed at home during the vacation season While Mrs Jackson and the children went away to enjoy them selves The fourth summer was now at hand and again it was clear that all of them could not afford to go The preceding year while he kept busily at work at home and tried to satisfy himself With the few brief letters that her aDsorption In various creating activities permitted Mrs Jackson to write he had concluded that anoth er year he would take his turn This decision hjad established itself permar nently In his mind when for a whole week of that summer he had been wIthout sd much as a line from her and now there was evidently nothing to do but inform her of his intention of taking a holiday and of taking itby painful necessity without her When hfe made the announcement Mrs Jackson could not comprehend could not pelieve him She had been so long accustomed to Chinking that she must have her summer outing whether tie condition of their bank account permitted him to go too or not that she could not at once adjust herself to I any other way of seeing things Stie protested she came as hear storming as her sense of personal dignity would permit at length she even entrejated but by all of these things alike Jackson was unmoved Recognizing this finally his wife acquiesced wlith the best grace possible and by her own volition went to Work getting things ready for the trip The ability to surrender so delightfully as to seem to be conferring a favor was one of Mrs Jacksons most valuable accomplishments She chose that method of selfassertion now arid even in the triumph of his own purpose Jackson felt humble Before going he got together as many as he could find of the letters written him by Mrs Jackson during her summer absences and packed them among the things that were ta Perfect Treasury of Home Information be always at hand during the trip He meant to get something more than a vacation out of this business This te lectiori Kim courage to be selfish in depriving his wife of a pleasure that her less selfsacrificing temperament certainly made it harder for her to give up tlia it had heretofore been for hini Her very last injunction was one urging him to write often Tie answered with cheery assurance that nothing on elarth coufd keep him from doing that vlery thing When lie had ben in camp a week he wisveryj sure that it was tithe to greatDaIlYloo but in spite of that he wrota briefly Getting along finely Caught a lot of fish today Too tired to write anp mor worry about me He smiled las he read the letter over before folding it up for the envelope and he smild again when he got Iher reply She made no complaint but he had learned to understand her feelings even by the nature other silences Four days later he wrote again Feeling better every day Im just as busy as I can be arid you will have to forgive m for not feeling like writ ing If anything goes wrong youll hear from me in full I hope you and the children are enjoying yourelves with me out bf the way In reply Mrs Jackson wrote a long let1erso long that she must hav1 planned It 10r his humiliation he thought It was a perfect treasury of home Information arid of valuable suggestions pouching the things he should or should not doto keep from getting sick tIt he could have beejn sure that pure wifely devotion Inspire it he should have been overwhelmed As it was he waited another four days and wrote agjaln Had the finest swlmof my Hfe to day Water just right River beats all the bathtubs ever hear ofEn- joying myself immensely arid adding two years to my life Dont worry about me because I dont write often I sImply have to make the most of the time I have Mrs Jackson sent him a goodly body of admonition at once He must not stay in the water long at onE- time because It is very oxhausfcing He ought jiot to go in at all because she did not know that he could svyim He mustjbe careful to tub himselfjdry and to Sil warmly afterward She hoped thkt he was beginning to think of coming home it Fv days later he wrote again No bad effects from swimming if I could stay here six weeks longer should be a new man Would you use cream for a hurried back I suppose you dont care to know the little things I do every day andso Ill just tell you that Inx all right apd quit In her next she said little more than It was very hot in the city and that she had given up trying todo much more than keep cool He wrote her a sympathetic letter almdst at once 4I am sorry that tjze hot weather has come to town WeI dont feel it out here but I en ugh about it to believe you with out asking to have the thermometer there at the house sent down here form to see I had almost forgotten to tell you what a wonderfully cool place this Is We have to have a heavy blanket over us every night and half the time during the day I am comfort able with a coat Theres a spring of the coldest water not ten feet from my tent and the trees are as thick overhead as they say the stars are in the Milky Way iti beautiful here too Any park you ever saw Is a taw dry thing compared with this great wild country I cant understand how 1 let myself stay in the city there during all these years I hope Mildred Is standing the hot weather all right If either of the children should show any sign of being sick telegraph for me at once He read this over with a smile Ha hoped that it would make her just uncomfortable enough for her to under stand some things that she had never seemed to see before Undoubtedly it was hot in the city and this letter could hardly be expected to have any appreciable lowering influence upon the temperature j She wrote atofce aOd her letter was both emphatic She was utterly unable to understand what he meant by writing to her so seldom and so curtly Did he ihink that busi ness methods of correspondence were proper between husband and wife 1 Was she to stay home there In the heat and be neglected while he did nothing but toss about in the water or sit on the bank watching a float too lazy to give her a thought ten words long a day She did not marry him In expectation of that kind of treatment and she wanted it explained Fortunate Itwas for Jackson that he had the explanation re dyItdld- not need to fie manufactured He picked out a few of those old letters of hers and arranged them In order writing across he face of each In blue pencil Then he scrawleda brief note to accompany themIPerhavs not been they should have been but I really am not to blame I have not written letters home for so long be fore this summer that I felt compelled to bring along some of your old ones as models for me to copY I enclose them with explanatory annotation Jackson iaiteda few days for an answer but when it came he was satisfied Mrs Jackson was not without a sense of humor he knew and she had doubtless seenthe point and appreciated The letter however was short arid did not say as much uI think that you ate the meanest man I ever knew When are you com ing honie Nerve He was only a tramp but he was there with the nerve Entering the fashionable lunch parlor he pOrn pously seated himself at a table devoured a pickle and dropped seven iltimps Jf sugar and two biscuits into his co t pocket Then Jie sampled thoe horse radish drank a blass of wa and glanced at the mend Well sanpped the tall waiter In the lowcut waistcoat yell howdy pal called the stranger affably What you got to eat v Everything responded the waiter in icy tones On my word Got any Welsh r b bit r Yes How do you serve It1 Any way you want P The tramp moved his chai out a few inches Well give me the left bird foot old sport I want It for And helping himself to another bls andtj America Needs More Dreamers Day dreams castles In Spain flg nients of the imagination ah how we Jaugh attbema1l nowadays They are gootl enoughfor thelittle oIi sforthe 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CUMBERLAND TELEPHONED TELEGRAPH CO INCORPeHATCD r THE BEST BUSINESS SCHOOL z uuuuIow EARTH The beet school on earth js the one that gives the best course in the shorteut time and smallest expense and prepares the young people for the best pOftftxMM CLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ives a complete course m thclittiMtFv and most uptodate system of Actual Practice Bookkeeping and iV places all graduates good positions having many more calls than pradtiatiiL School is hi Session all the Year Inxtivkiiul iisirudiM and Enroll stn3e ts any Aiy Get fuHparticulars from the editor of this pajer or ReT Grahville W Lyon or write direct to the 8 hool 1035 Fpitfth Avenue Louisville Ky r i 5 rj 7- Fq It8 Y- p 0 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WESNESDAY MAY 26 roc T 0 GALLEY HILL c 1J jillr and Mrs rhomnsRedare rev eciying congratulations over the arrival fa tWelve pound sop on the 17th inst c i nicelyJMrsALr1atives at Booker last week Jfiyl L Janes of Springfield was Irisour midst Wednesday Little Miss Willie Maf Reed visit d Jier grandparents Mr and Mrs M Read of this place last week iJ S Yankey purchased a t bunch of fat ewes from J L Moran Thursday Miss Nannie Pinkston of Poortown teas in our midst Thursday WP Moran was in Springfield Wed nescfay on business Walter Briggs visited his sister Mrs Jack Shehan of near Bloomfield the latter part of last week Mesdames M Reed and W F Moran visited Mrs hosReedat Booker Thursday Mrs S E Piles who has been ill for several months is convalescing lowly at this writing Mr Frank Noe of Springfield was in our village Thursday on Business Mr and Mrs W H Whiteman res turned to their home hire Saturday af tir an extended visit to relatives in Pu iasjd county Several from here atteldedthebaU game at Poortown Saturday Arthur Whiteman visited relatives tear Mackville Saturday and Sunday Miss Sue Williams has beenvisitin her grandmother Mrs Eliza Mitchell afcHardesty the past two weeks I I Jas Moran Jr and brother were in Springfield Saturday on business You correspondent had the tune of haying his buggy top b mIsforj tilated last Saturday by the n ssj OKhis driving horse which plunged m tda gate lever tearing the top out of the buggy p from Genesis to Reyela tions Several from here attended the clos ing sermon at Mt Zion last Sunday Mrs Palmer Goatleyand Rev Hamil tonattended church in Springfield Suri e JdayV SpringfieldisJthe this place this week HMGoatley was a guest at Elm Hill Sunday Mr Robert Snider who has been ill forfiseyerakmonths is slowly improving and we wish for him a speedy recovery Mr and Mrs E 1 Colvin of Litsey visited relatives here Sunday Rev Hamilton of Woodlawn recent ly ordained as a minister from the Son thern Theological Seminary atI Louisville delivered a very interesting sermon atthe schoolhouse at this place oti last Sunday afternoon to a large aria appreciative audience He will conduct a series of meetings here dur ing thenextiten days and everyone is cdidially invited to attend each even ing Miss Pearl Goatley closed a very suc cessfultwo months term of schoollat tHis place on l tfridayMiss Goat TeV Is a very popular and efficient teacher andher excellent teaching is com mended by all As yet we have not learned who the successful aspirant for the fall school will be The continued tobacco season of last I week enabled many tobacco growers to vjset out a portion of their crop Others were not so lucky as to have early plants and consequently had to reluct antlypass by the excellent season Mr J Hi Morris state agent tor RandMcNallys condensed wall atlas and map of the world was in our see tion Wednesday and madeseveral le His w rkis indeed commendable to those educationally inclined t Orchard and Garden T Keep hoes sharp with a file N Make three successionat plantings of 8 Jet corn this month at tenday in terv Never pick berries for market when they are wet And when picked hurry rf them to a cool place out of the sun Cutoff at anv time any suckers you may find growing at the foot of fruit ttes or on the trunk or main limbs where branches should not grow MzzlethehQrses and pad the outside rortions of whiffletrees ahd harrow ten cultivating the orchard thus avoiding all bruised and barked trees Pay an occasional friendly visit to the little trees set this spring Rub off un necessary sprouts and make sure that no Jabel wires have been left on the trees to choke them r Watch for the little slugs darkish slimy fellowsthat are likely to be on drytevery slug it covers Or almost any of the regulation orchard sprays will exterminate the pest One ounce of California buhachldis sdyedv in three gallons of w teris a go9t non poisonous spray application i for cabbage worms and lIce Thelirri ported Persian insect powdernisthe same thing but is not so fresh and efr fective as the California article Cabbage ind otherplantsan be protected frbtncutworms by erecting a q ii ROOFING Now is the ftme for that nice root you wantoniWe I can furnish you all kinds of rI Tin Iron Paper = t or Ruberoid Roofing FromSI loS350 per Square A If your roof is in need of Repairs be sure to see qs l WE GUARANTEE Ati OUR WoRk PlumbingaSpecialtyI c Builders Hardware and Farmers TOQlsJ s jIf you are needing a SEWING MACHINE be sure tOl call on us before buying Makifur Store Your Headquarters Hatchett Anderson Springfield Kentucky twbinchhigh paper fence around eacli stem Lap the paper ends and push the fence an inch into the soil to hold it in pia eThe paper should not come nearer to the stern than about one and onehalf inches The asparagus beetle is a troublesome pest not easy to control says Rural NewYorker Chickens are fondof them and will rid garden beds of the a ul ot course can be of little 8tbutlarge fields Glean cutting ridge culture keeps them well under ontrol in spring but the slugs 0 larvae do considerable damage later Don forget to keep picking the cucumber as they ripen Look through the vii es carefully they have a great way ol Tiiding in the leaves so that none v ill be overlooked for two or sapLiiFpick n them riTjit along new ones n fmda continued supply be Secured iThe Bordeaux mixture isthe proper remedy to use fc all fungus troubles viz in ildew arid rust of beanS potato and tor iato Tot and leafblight melon and cu umber diseases celery leaf flight a dust etc The halfstrength jnixture two pounds copper sulphate 1wq pounds quicklime fifty gallons water is sbongnough to use in the vegetable garden except fd potatoes for the striped beetles fheyoften attack apd destroy melons and cucumbers as fasta the plants appear above the ground An apphcatiQn M woodashes airslaked lime or gyp jitim tainted with krosene or turpen tine or carbolic acid wiirhelp to drive hem away If YOU have only a few plants you can easily prptect each hilly erecting a mosquito netting guard 6ver it until the plants begin to run There ar three common methods of rowing str iwberriesrin hills in narrow matte rows or in wide matted rrows We prefer the second methods Arrange rths first strong runners by IhanoV spacing them properly and seur ng each o lein place with a little soil dr a sm llstone Then when each row is u1Icut off all additional runners that may grow Keep the ground hoed and cultivated until late fell lhe fin shed rdw should notbewiderthan fit teen or eighteen inches l From June Farm JournaL tJThe farmers are glatcree such a jfavorablfe season for obacco Born to thewife of Mr l B Graves on May 19th an 8J pound I dy Mr Logan Andersontwho has been 6n the sick llS is much bejtiter at this writingf Lanham witathe guest of Q 4i j- jj 1 J t 41II 4 Mr Harry Jones Saturday night Messrs Felix Myrs and Nose Smothers of near Phoenix spent Sunday night with Mr W T Sims and family Mr and Mrs J B Fenwick were the guests of Mrs Ella Montgomery of Springfield Sunday Miss Edna Smith of Springfield is1 visiting relatives at this place Mr John Barker and family w rethe guests of Mr and Mrs W TMcMillan of Springfield Saturday night and Sun day Miss Edna Cdchran and Mr Virgil Mayes of Mackyille were the guests of Misses Verna and Ethel Rogers Sun day afternoon The following were the guests of Mr arid Mrs R B Graves Sunday Mr and Mrs Woodford Graves and son Mr Frank Graves and family and Mr and Mrs Oscar Harmonand ion Mr J E Harmon was in Lebanon Sunday Miss Mary Rose Jones spent Sunday afternoon with Miss Sadye Fenwick Mr and Mrs Brewer of near Polfn were the guests of Mr and Mrs J I Brewer of this place Saturdaynight and Sunday Messrs Stanley Rogers Shenon and Irwin Thompson attended church at St Rose Sunday MrJt E Shewmaker and fajnUjr were the guests of Mrs John Shew maker Sunday T Miss Louise Fenwick spent the latter part of last week with her brother Mr Lloyd Fenwick of the ridge Misses andVerna Rogers were the guests Ot theircousin Miss Mary t Rose Joiies Friday night SENATOR CHARLES DICKi l t I I A SUBLIME SUMMONS A Story Turkey and the Sultan Dr Jani was in prlsdnllr Stamboul he did not Know why All he had been able to learn from the guards was that he was arrested by the orders of the sultan He had protested innocence of all wrongdoing but with out avail He had Pegged for time to put his affairs in order to write a few notes to friends to cdmmunicata with the ambassador or with the consul to send a telegram Ho all he was to do was Jo go with the guards who had taken him directly to thee prison and locked him up with no hint of why or wherefore v He could not SQ much as guess why he was there But then there had been others He remembered them well Montinet the oriental scholar who had lived in peace for years and suddenly had been summoned to cbe seen no more among his friends nor even heard of by them There was Saloms who never had returned frbm the ride h4 started out upon one after noon tljoUgh his household waited days and weeks and months Then there was Morelli the musician and little Grigo whom every one had loved whose life had all joyand mer riment but who had vanished like the others as though changed to air Now his turn had come and why He could think of nothing whatever that could have offended anyone hold Ing authority in Stamboul With his elbows OR the rough table before him he looked back to the day when first he saw the Thespian Bosr phorus He had come for a months holiday and the magic scenery with its infinity of panoramas had be witched him The one month had lengthened into 12 and the artist in him had been supremely happy As a physician toohe had been attract ed by tambo l but from a very dif ferent reason than that which had at tracted the artist namely the citys filth Where there was so much filth there must be diseases probably strange diseases that western urope know nothing of He had stayed on account of this filth and his reward had been ample as medals and diplomas In his quarters showed The literature of the eathad been another charm to hold him He had delighted In it and had translated much Healso had put some western stories into Arabic and had won dis tinction by so doing But It was all done now His laboratory work his pictures his studies and translations were of the time that hasbeen He should never see his manuscripts or be in his beloved studio again He like those others whom he had been thinking of had come to the end He might have known It6He had been a foolbut why Why Why He asked him self with a sort of madness over again and again why Why should It be What had he done Was he not Use ful7 Had he not done good Had he not saved lives He had He had saved many lives He had taught the people how they might save them selves when diseases came He had been the friend of all and had verso much as thought of politics or uttered a word about the state He pressed his hands to his head and tried once more to think staring at the dull blank wall before him Then the door of the cell opened and an officer came In Youare Dr Jani he inquired III am but You have been translating story from the French which has been run ning as a serial in the Weekly Ores centr v I have been translating a story from the French a romance In which there is not one word that could give offense not a word that As before he was interrupted 4II am commanded by the sultan said the ofllcer that yJou are Jto re main here until the translation is fin ished His majesty desires to read tile remainder of the story immediate ly Vhatever you may require for the task will be brought here with the greatest possible dispatch And so It happened thatall was not over for Dr Jani Indeed so eager was the sublime porte to have the story that he dispensed with the for mality of having the story written out and had the doctor brought Into his study where the translation was fill Ished orally The sultan had many questions to ask the doctor read aloud which the man of medicine be ing learned hithe literatures both of the east and of the west and being furthermore an artist was able to an swer and to illustrate in a way that gave the sultan the liveliest satisfac tion Instead therefore of never seeing his Stamboul home again the doctor returned there on the second day after his arrest wearing an especial deco ration and driving In a royal carriage with an escort But he was not quite himself again for many weeks Mteor Seen in New Jersey The superstitious were thrown into consterhatipm at thesight of a strange comet with a fiery Jan In the eastern sky about ten oclock the other nigjit The big ball of bluish flame wltnn sputter ng nppendix of the same color appeared in the heavens at one min lute past ten oclock and traveled Jn a southeasterly dlrclion So close did the meteoric object appear that It was belived it would fair somewhere in New Jersey near H ddonfleld but in quiry brought the report that while the light had been seen near there no meteor had JfailenPhIladeiphIa Evening TimesI 1 Powu= hd=Out IThe battle between The Flies and the People is now on ISeewhat we can do to the Fly I 1Jet us Screen Your House kAnd prevent the FILTH and DISEASE thfe Miserable Pests carry with them We handle both ODD and REGULAR Sizes in Doors and Windows and can put them up f ryouPrices right Springfield LumberCo PHYSIOLOICAL PHENOMENON They say that poor old Dick km water on thebrain Great Scot Haw did he develop that What the water i i No the brain NOT MUCH ELSE = Helen Freddy has a cold In his headA MayrIve been wondering1 Helen Wondering what May What Freddy had in his head i Kentucky fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1909 as far as reported Stanford July 313 days Henderson Jtfty 275 days Georgetown July 275 days Lancaster July 283 day i Madisonville August 3 pdays Winchester August 34 days 4filue Grass Fair Lexington August 96 days Taylorsville August 10 4 days Uniontown August 195 days Harrodsburg August 12r3 days Leitchfield August 17r4 days Barboursville August 183 days BrodheaJ August 83 days Shepherdsyille August 183 daysI Ewing August 193 daysr Shelbyvilla August 245 dayS Springfield August 254 days London August 254 days Florence August 254 days Frankfort August 314 days Hardmsburg August 313 days TompkinsYiJle September 15 days Forn Creek September 15 days Bardstown September 14 days Hodgenville September 73 days Monticelld September 74 days Glasgow Septembers 4 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville September 136 daysIScottsville September 163days Bedford October 12 days Biliousness and Constipation For years I was troubled with biliousness arid comitipation which madehife miserable for me My appetite failed me I lost my usual force and vitality Pepsin preparations and cathartics only mad matters worse I do not know where I should have been today had Inot tried Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets The tablets relieve the ill feeling at once strength the digestive function punfy the stomach liver and blood helping the system to do its work naturally Mu Rot POTTS Birmingham Ala These tab lets are for sale by The Leo Hmyice Drug Co s Limit to Speed of Autos The authorities of Skangkal oae 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