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Digital page images are linked to the text file. bt oOoc t t1bi 1 rinfi4b non r J i rb r I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY J Jf Yi jhit L r q Ur n L it i i t C VOLUME V HSPRINGFIELDt KY WEDKESDAY JUNE 2 1909 i q IUMaEr2 7r t I LINCOLN J STAfUl Unveiled at Hodgehville Monday Silken Cord Drawn by Mrs Ben Hardrn Helm Martyrs SisterinLaw f A BIG DAY FOR IIODGINVILL- e Hbdgenviile Ky MaySL While ten thousand people stood m reverence with tbaredstrams of America sung by hundred of white clad children floated Dut upon the air a veiling of the stars and stripes fell gracefully away from a bronze memorial of Abraham Lincoln hereto day in the presence of Robert Todd Lincoln son of the man who fought to are the Union and won with his victory undying fame and love of former foes The occasion wasthe unveiling of the famous Weinmann statue of Lincoln that marks a prominent place in front of the Larue county courthpuse gift of the people of Lame ot the Commonwealth and of Congress to do homage tothe greafemancipatorv j a When thesacred banner fell awayt the statue senseless though gazed into tle faces of men who vzre to eulogize the great undying mem6ry of Lincoln and the inspiration came from the dull eyes as if from a living o mind that filled its counterpart inHhe stirring years of the long ago The canopy that hid the statue from 44vIew was drawn away bythe hand of Mrs Ben Hardin Helm a sister to the wife of Lincoln and cheer after cheer went up while Henry Watterson stood waiting to render his tribute to TAn coln l Owing to illness caused T y the heat 3jlr Lincoln was unable to visit Lincoln iarm the birthplace of his illustrious father IThe programme began with a parade from the tram to the courthouse in which the official party headed by a bad and hundred children of Hodgen ville participated Soon after the mejeting was called to order hnM Atnerton of Louisville a native ofxiarue county was made r permanent chai- R rMan who introduced b i H GEn pwTof Louisville who in an eloqu nt eec nlaced the audi ence in a reverent moo to listen to the touching eulogies that were to follow Mr Athertons address accepting the chairmanship was short but paida high tribute in a few words to Abra ham Lincoln He said that as a Larue county man he was proud to preside at gathering that was to do homage to a man whose playmates and neighbors were his ancestors ir The Lincoln farm had changed Der cephbly since last February Ten feet abqye ground is a massive pile of white granite built formal time which marks the rising Memorial Hall Over twelve J acres of the farm waved the green shoots of growing corn planted by G B Ragsdale the tenant who is cultivat ing the place until the landscape gard eners can transform it into a park The gateway to the farm is now marked by two brlckandltonecolumnsbearin the ins All this afternejpn there was an un broken sfcreatn of people who thank from the Lincoln spring which flows from a cleft in the hillside It slacked thethirst with its cool moisture and was worth driving miles to drink from Immediately after the reception the Monument Commission met and accep ted the statue and then went out of ex istence The commission was composed of Judge DuKelle Richard Lfoyd Jones I i3 Nail and C J Rubbard The ac cepting of the work made Sculptor Weinmann the happiest pers n in Hod genville The monument is the first completed commissioned piece of work that Mr Weinmann ever had Mr Wefrirnann was recommended by St Gaudens the famous sculptor Words of praise greeted him on every side He had won his spurs and made hi mark Hodgenville ready for the monster dedication df the Memorial Hall now set f November 4 All these festive ties qost H dgenville money Her citi zens have to dig deep to pay for th honor and glory coming their way But we like to do it and we never hold back explained W B Hamilton t r Condor Purdom The younger set were treated to a surprise last week when Mr Herman Purdom and Miss Bessie Condor eloped to Jellico Tenn and were married The bride on Wednesday night had left home ostensibly to spend therught with a friend She wasmetby Mr Purdom and they drove to Lebanon where they took the train for Jellico Mrs Purdom is the daughterof Mr and Mrs W T Condor and is oneof the prettiest and most stylish of Spring fields young women Mr Purdom is the son of Rev Robt Purdom He is- ngeged as bookkeeper for Grundy Afclntire and is a young man of fine character and good business ability Mr and Mrs Purdom are making theirhome with Rev Robt Purdom DECORATION DAY 1Observed at Fairview and Willis burg Impressive Exercises At Both Places Decoration Day was observed in Washington county at Fairview and Willisburg at both of wHich places ap prop iate and patriotic exercises were held Decoration pay is observe with as great solemnity and as much honor to the dead in the northern part of Washington county as in any portion of he nation No section responded more courageously when volunteers were called for and theirfr jerids and descend ants now love to do hdnbr to their mem vAtray In addition to the other exercises addresses were made by Hon John Wl Lewis and Prof Gito W Colvin both of whom made excellent addresses At Willisburg an Immense crowd gathered Sunday and decorated the graves of the oldiers buried in the cemetery at that pla e CIRCUIT COURT But Little DoingpGrandi Jury 1 Adjourned j Circuit court convened today after a recess of a week Thefcases of Mary R Jury vsL N Railroad Co and Phil Thompson vs L N Railroad Co were jailed but neither plamtiff appeared The lattercase was dismissed for want of prosecution The former was held open forthe filing of an affi davit stating the cause of the plaintiffs absence as a ground for a continuance The grand jury has adjourned after having returned 26 indictments both felonies and misdemeanors being inclu ded iu the number Court will adjourn next Thursday Old Time Friend I Harrodsburg Herald Onlast Saturday Mr William Thyme dropped into USrgvehimCircuit Court was doing On being asked why he didnt take the county paper he replied that he was not able When he told his story we put iirn on the list and marked him paid for ne year His narrative was that he jyas seventy years old had raised fourteen twostepchUIcation and for thatreason he didn t feel that he dduld take a paper even though he enjoyed reading it so much His oldest child is 49 years old and the youngest a child of nine He has forty six grandchildren and four greatgrand children Mr Divine says that while many of his relatives are Republicans he is a rockribbed Democrat and that the only time he ever stepped across the line was whenhe voted for a Republican friend in a magistrates race and when his boys found it out they took hold of himand started through the yard with him He asked them what they were going to do withhim sarid they said they w regoing to duck him in Chaplin river for smirching his record He promised them that if they would let him go he would never be guijty of such a trick again and he has hewed close to the line ever since Iethe chips fall where they may Fry Kentucky Star Flour Its made like grandfather used to make it 4 I t GOLD MINING I yri WljIlznjs Stubble and Me we wuz working Dar Tooling around awl thee Time doesnt pay RupGrasunt Th Grandaddy Jones showed us gist where 2 start back otI1J house and Ihe drawed us a Chart T t on L tJmeVthee Indian Bcave Painted Face made him a pitcher explaining thee place grandaddy sed if we dig long enuf we will B sure discover tliee Stuff he marked It out with a spade and heed Now yew dig down 2 the virgin gbld bed we dug around In a clrcleiand tVSAT- Dad SCZjPltch In yew will captur It yet then while we pufTed he brung Apples ound- aeetJnghtmlStlr by thee hole on thee Ground GetslDlploma Among the graduates of the Ken tucky State University the Commencement of which is being heldthis week is Mr Andrew G Yankey who takes his diploma from the Department of Civil Eng neering Mr Yankey is a son of Mr John S Yankey and has made a fine record as a student at the University iv Married iatBardstown The following account of the marriage of Miss Margaret Moore to Mrj GUy Baldwin was taken from the Kent cky Standard MJHS Moore is the daughter of Mr Thos S Moore of Bardstown a wealthy distiller and is yell known here where she has made frequent visits to Miss Margaret Spalding and others The marriage of Miss Margaret Moore and Mr Guy Baldwin was sol emnized at St Joseph s church on TuesdayMay 25 at 530 a m Very Rev C 3 OConnellofficiutirg Not withstanding the very early hour quite a number of friends of these popular young people assembled at the church to witness the ceremony The bride were a handsome traveling suit of greengray cloth tailored effect with hat and gloves harmonizing with shade of suit Miss Beatrice Rodman maid of honor wore a tailoredsuit of green cloth hat and gloves of corresponding shade The groom and his best man Mr John Spalding wore the cohven tiontl suit of black broadcloth Mr and Mrs Baldwin are prominent and popular members ot the younger so ciety of this city They left on the morning train for Louisville thence they will go to Washington DC and other eastern cities returning to Bards town in about two weeks Their many friends join in wishing them happiness and prosperity iw r 1LTh 1 VI knew a t tclIez he that quit Work now he is tarvintT2dehaea clerk 5 frVjiewent 2 jnine but Qut ifVoii day next thing they struct LOTSot GOLD rite away Stub and Me dugln thee sand until 4 then we decided 2 knot work no m ra grandaddy went 2 thee house for a pall wean kea away tothee pond for a sale Stub met me down by thee Store about 7 ma lots me go If I dont tay 2 late we wuz a sitting along OR thee walk llstnlng 2 Awlof thee old Fellers talk where are yew workhjgZsed Ephrlam Stout winking his Eye at old Mickey McProut we art working for Jones In thee Run di rs ngia clsturn thee boys have begun then thy awl luffed and seen Mr Jones rubbing his Hands and a shaking his hones I bt thee day will be purty blamed Cold next time we help Daddy Jones dig for gold TAJIIAM 4 T SPRINGS Hotel Now Open For Guests Mrs S E Wornall In Charge Improvements Made Tatham Springs is now open for the season Mrs SopitiaE Wornall Is again manager ofthe hotel ana this of itself means thatit will be run in the usual highclass manner Tatham Springs is one of the most beautiful resorts in the State and in many instances the efficacy of the water for medicinal purposes thai been demonstrated Mrs Wornall has had chrgeof the hotel for a good many years and by her tact business capacity and desire to please has rriade manv triends who will be pleas d to know that she is again the manager Anyone desiring informa tioh should address Mrs Sophia F Worriall Tatham Springs Ky Divides Fortune Harrodsburg Herald Mr JohnTay lor a wealthy citizen who lives between Periyvihe land Lebanon distributed on last Thu dfYl20OOOin cash among his kin Among were several citizens of this county Mrs John W Hughes was given 10000 Messrs John S Charles 4nd William T Robinson were given aft equal amount as was Mrs Jake Huguely of Bayle county He also gave seven neices and nephews who live in Tennes see and have his name 10000 each Mr Taylor was a brother of the late MrsW H Robinsoh of this county who was the mother of Mrs Hughes h+ and the Robinson boys He is eighty three years of age and is reputed to be worth over a million dollars among his possessions being 62000 acres of land in this State and Tennessee V The Influence of a raw Of course the prizes that are to be w nat fairs and expositions make the contests more interesting to the far mers who enter their products Theres no denying this but it is not the little money that they get makes every man do his best to win the ribbons It is the friendly rivalry the big profits that come from the efforts to raise better crops and better livestock the resulting increase in his income ifor the yearthat makes Mr Farmer start early in the spring to prepare exhibits for one or many of the classes in which premiums are offered Right now is the season when lie begins actiyely to work out his crop plans and to select his xhibition live stock The care this exhibitor uses in hisfarm ing and the prosperity which almostin variably results make their impressions on his neighbors and they adopt improved methods which in time are adopted by other farmers of their com munity and thus the county faira and the State Fairs spread their good in fluence all over the State H HANDSOME BED Given Away By Leachman Campbell Awarded to Mrs F T Cox Contest Suc cessfully Conducted Messrs Leachman andCampbeUgaye away the handsome Sanitaire bedlast Saturday as was stated in The Sun they would These gentlemen had given one ballot each to the different families in the community upon which thename ot the holder was to be written the ballot then to be placed in the ballot box and the winner selected by lot The contest aroused a great deal of interest and 700 or 800 ballots were deposited On Saturday the ladies and a goad many of the men gathered at the furni ture store to see the drawing so many in fact gathered that the house was packed Mr Jas R Noe of the News Leader and H L Smitn of The Sun acted as judges while Mr C HBo hannon drew the ballot to decide the win erand which the crowd decided should be the first one drawn The first ballot showed the name of Mrs Fred Cox and she was declared the winner of the handsome bed afit ornament for any home While this was advertisement it is not every town which possesses busi ness men sufficiently uptodate and liberal to put on acontest of this kind and Messrs Leachman Campbell are to be congratulated upon their success jn this venture CentennialoExercises The centennialexercises held at the Christian Church at Maud Sunday even ing were well Attended and a neat sum was realized for the efforts of the little ones who filled the program so efficient ly TheJadies who arranged and had charge of the program deserye great credit for the splendid training that was so plainly shown by each partici pant in the pretty and impressive evenings entertainment- The explanatory remarks by Rev Wolfe were very brief and concise and highly appreciated by the large audi ence The decorations were beautiful and artistically arranged Befitting the occasion very appropriately Good or der reigned supreme and even the slightest sound could be detected which was indeed Very commendable jUNOSalary Increased Th salary of Postmaster V A Waters has been increased trom 1500 to 1600 a year The salaries of postmasters are regulated by the receipts of the office Last year the receipts ranged between 3500 and 4200 while this year they ranged between 4200 and 5000 an approximate increase of 700 hence the raise in salary This increase applies only to the postal receipts and has nothmgrto do with the money order department This speaks well not only for the management of the pbst office but for the business of the town the nostoffice being a pretty good barometer of busi ness conditions 4S LYNCHING 4 THREATENED rorrn Washington County Negro In Ohio Slayer Is Heavily Guarded By Police j Lima Ohio May 24 Fearing that an attempt would be made to lyncit John4W team who shot and kitted Mrs Estella M A Diltz at her home last night and who attempted suicide todaywhen facing capture the colored attorney was spirited from the hospital after dusk tonight and placed m the County Jail reached Sheriff Van Giintent tompit that a mob was forming in the womafis old home at Waynesfield platt by her grandfather an honored pionepr and an attempt would be made togam possession of the negro Acting upon the rumor and the stilt mutterings among the whites Sheriff Van Gunten has a heavy guard about the strong box The authorities fear trouble and every precaution is beinjjf taken The acting of the Colored People Protective Soclationat noon today in prevailing uoon Dr US1team brother of the murderer to leave the city has possibly saved his fe as feeling ran high against him He closed his office gave over the keys to Pre dent Day of the Association and promised never to return leaving for Kentucky z John W Beam had acted as attorney f for Mrs Ditfz and it istboughtthat i he had been repulsed when he attempt ed to force his presence on the white woman f Following an allnight man huntwhao he was tracked by a posse of 500 cili zens and trailed by bloodhounds Over a circuitous flight of miles ending atdaj break in his return to his own home Attorney JohnYSL Beam kisMdihjiMfifef and fired two shots into his body and one at the officers Hastily spreading blood over his entire body Beam feign ed fatal wounds and his act probably saved him being lynched on the spot as thecrowd believed his en4 was near Mrs Diltz was shot down in her own doorway by Beam who in a predated note to his wife written during the af ternoon states the white woman and himself have been sweethearts for two years Beam was also indicted recently for forgery in connection with an alleged deed to farmlands secured by him from Mrs AlicR Bolinger a wealthy Beaywr dam woman who stated s today that t she had received threatening letters f and was livjng in fear of being mur dered Cincinnati Enquirer The John W Beam and Dr U Si 7 Beam referred to are sons of Hinea Beam colored who resides near MaudiV in this county J A Man Who Keeps ills ProniiLt Shelbyville Sentinel To find a- in mD politics today who keepshis promises is to use a hackneyed expression a truly refreshing sigh But if this v one comes out of eVery political contest cleanhanded and with unblemished rec ord the word astounding would be r preferable one to use In describing him Ben Johnson of Bardstown is to the fullest measure such a man Wrapped upin this individual are the bostand noblest qualities that go to makethe highest type of nan in him can bfound honor ability a man respecting his promises and one whose ancestry dates back to colonial days The suggestion of lila name forth Gubernatorial nomination brings much JOY to all his friends The success of his candidacy will mean much to the state at this time when ability coupled with integrity and unflinching courage will count for so much in this houtjof necessity We feel that the State of Kentucky J should again turn her ekes to Nelson county to seek a son fo r the highest sehtin the Commonwealth What better man do we need thai Ben Johnson and what greater platr form than A clean man v ho keeps luai promises Stung For 15 Years by Indigestions paigstying many doctors and 20000 worth of medicine in vain B F AyScue of Ingleside NC at ISit used Dr Kings New I4fcfc Pills and writes they wholly curednim They cure Biliousness Sick Headache Stomach Liver Kid ney and Bowel troubles 25c at Haydktffe Robertsons joi r rrwr J I t 12 1rHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WESNESDAY JUNE 2 1909 u J GLASSESI t Spectacles iliJEW BARGAINS WATCHESW- e IN Z can Suit You in Everything in the Jewelry Line I t titi i ED M RUSSELL iZZIZZtn + t +MM+ FARM AND STOCK Items of Interest to Farmers and Live Stock and Poultry r Raisers nco rage the fowls to follow the ploiwhen you are breaking the soil TheVwill pick up many worms and bugS that otherwise injure the crop planted and convert them into eggs When the ChICks are two months old begin feeding them cracked corn wheat ndcuit oats three times a day keeping a suoerior brand of beef scraps grit arid charcoal in a hopper before tnem all the time Young ducks should be kept warm and dry for the first few weeks after they are hatched As soon aStbe plunfige begins to comeout they are salei from any stress of weather that is likely to come irf the spring of the year Cleanliness variety of teed shade4 plenty of green feed either lawn clippings or its equivalent frequent feed ingsvahd plenty of exercise and pure tresli water caii hardly fail to produce fine show birds if the blood lines are right T Ducktf are not subject to any disease of the sort that produces much loss If they have a damp floor to sleep on they sometimes rheumatism but no careful tluck61eedr would allow his young birds to sleep in such a place It vis jmportant with silage find sOi- lingr crops to feed some dry hay as well asgrainthrou hthe summer for the effect that it has on the digestive tract In fresh pasture the bowels of the cow are Made very loose and if fed silage also there must be something to correct that effect and dry hay or grain will doiL Corn meal especially coarse corn meal is good to feedtb the chicks when theyjire but a few days old It should be fed dry It is easily digested an- dicanllE fed for a long time after the chicks have gone out from the maternal roof F There is nothing like ago d coat of whitewash for jth6 interior of the poul waltsJare or Whitewash is a good efadfcator of things objectionable about a poultry house arid it makes things looft bright and clean Apply it at least twice a year Perhaps the best ot all feeds for pigs is milk The difficulty is ther is not enough milk to go around It appears thaton so many farms as the pigs in crease the milk supply decreases With the approach of warm weather We have just brought on the Greatest Line of in Central Kentucky All the latest style GJasses and any style Rims Ve can furnish you with the best grade ol goods at the Lowest Prices I we must give the feed troughs and drinking fountains more attention than has been necessary through the winter Particles of food left in the troughs soon become sour in warm weather and if then eater by the fowls may cause serious bowel troubles The drinking vessels will require frequent cleaning and refilling k Plenty of exercise is necessary for little chicks but it is not best to allow them to run in the tall grass before the dew has dried away They should be kept in the coop until after8am then they can be turned out and allowed to run jif it is not desirable to allow the hen trun stretch a long wire arid tie the hen to a ring so that she cant pass frotn one end of the wire Jto the other Stomach Troubles Many remarkable cures ot stomach troubles have been effected by Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets One man who hadsperit over two thou sand dollars for medicine arid treatment was cured by a few boxes of these tab lets Price 25cents Samples free at The Leo Haydon Di ug Co a AND I CuresI I Scab orMange Cuts Sores on all Live Stock- DESTROYS ALL DISEASE GERMS KILLS ALL KINDS OF LICE PARASITES we Have IinStock r Red Cross fuStoekz r tiii iZitZ Z 1ZUZI iiii t tfIHI4t41IIini I Ice Ice lce1 iLcOUP F rbOt1non sale i H 500 1000 and 2000 pound coupon books for sale at ten per cent f f Discount I Y a book and saVe money on your Ice this summer iJt Springfield Water and Electric Light Co ZZit M 1 Dangerously Hurt EnterprIS Messrs Anthony Wal stop and Sam Marple of the Pleasant Run neighborhood while coming to town Wednesday morning were victims of a runaway accident and both men were painfully injured the latters coh dition being critical The men were driving a spirited horse and had just passed over the L N railroad crossing beyond Mrs McMil lens residence coming this way when they met a colored man rolling tyrhat appeared to le a baby buggy At this the horse took fright and began to run Both men pu their weight against the lines in air attempt to stop it but were unable to do so Going at great speed the vehicle truck the side Of a bridge at the gate jin front of the McMillen barnand Mr Marple was thrown out the lower end of his spinal column striking a stone or the endof the bridge A few yards further on Mr Walstonwas hrown out but fell on tne grass by the roadside Twenty yards further on t le hors ran into the iron fence on the west side of Mrs McMUr Jens yzfrdV his obstacle threw the horse and prevented further trouble In great pain Mr Marple was taken to Elizabeth hospital where shattered por tions of his back bone were removed and every attention otherwise given him After the completion of the opera 7 tioiij his physician stated that unless internally injured he thought be would re over but that on account of The na ture of the injury he riiight be a cripple for life While Mr Walston was painfully nurt no bones were broken and he was able to returnhorne in the after noon How sThis We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case ot Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY COToledoO We the undersigned bave known F J Cheney for the past fifteen years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm WALDING KINNAN fe MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ol Halls Gatarrh Cure is taken internal ly acting directly upon the blood and mucuous surfaces of the system Testi mojiials sent free Price 75c per bot druggistsTake for constipai tipri IDreams The sweetest drearnsl it seems to me That we can ever know 1OfWhen rainbow pictures all Are like a mirage flung Up n the canvas mernory weaves Of days whenwe sere young The step may falter + be dimi The brow may wrinkles wear rumbIingmouldOur But oh these visions cOnic to us As to the rose The dew And while with raptured gaze we look The heart seems ever new Oh when perhaps at last were left A laggard on lifes stage quaffOurAs sweet as that trom Paradise The smiling iiouris hand LThe Prophets fajthul followers Wheri at it gates they stand7 If ate last prayer were left tome For my declining days Its form should be that I might hear The that memory plays AriUrwhen at last upon my grave The wavy grass had sprung sayHisG W D in Danville Advocate Mild Laxative for Baby Free The child of today is the parent of the future and whether it grows up JveakIinto the world healthy but thousands became future weaklings between birth and the age of ten when the parents are still in greatest control The prime cause of trouble Is In the stomach A baby that is digest ng its food seldom cries and always looks cheerful the little child whose stomach is good Its18tomacno constipation The best and safest way to cute any Irregularity of the stomach and owels In children is by the use of Dr Cal wells Pepsin This Is a liquid lr xatlve wonderful In Its effect as Mrs John W Dunham Apple Creek OlMrs HL-Cutlam Plalnvllle Ind and numerous others can testify who give It tc their j children with extraordinary results A bottle only costs SO cents or 31 according to thE sizr yOu want and even one 50cent bottle will do a wonderful amount of good In a family It can be given to any member of the family in constipation sour stomach indigestion I liver dyspepsia heartburn sick headache and similar digestive troubles It never grIpes or strangles like pillT tablets salts and powders which should oleIofIthis grand laxative tonic send your name and address to the doctor and a free trial ISjwayyour ailment that you dont understand or if you want any medical advice write 4answerno charge for this service The address Is Dr W B Caldwell 500 CaldWell bldg Montlcello For sale by The Red Cross Drug Btora1 t 1 where glinting pebbles lie In wait pinkAndTheir rlvaFllItfngs interlfnk A sturdy boat Ts ca ling me To join the rivers revelry Whore flsyierkings their triumphs scream And redheads grate their raucous cry This boat Is rocking to and fro Beneath a flushed and rosy skyuXh come and let us float away To glory scenes of yesterday I All up and down the pulsing shore r1 The shade is prism kissed andcool And UlJesnodln artful grace r pooluAb 1 For her beloved of yesterday rot oOboat of youthful Joys Not so 0 dream of long ago ro rl more wlthln thy cockled shell Khali we go drifting tound fro = T Instead of rowing yoUj old scow Im splitting kindling for her n6wU eHow to Get Married MakIng love and getting married In this country is fun for the girls but its different in the Arctic regions If Young Pishblubber is spoons on the second daughter of Old Spearface he Rroceeds forthwith to the abode where she is sheltered grabs her by the hair orBy the ear and yanks her along homewdr Here she has to fish and Cut b truntil death do them part The Japanese love and proposal cusS toms arej daint and pretty The young man there who is becoming so rattled he cannot get along without some kind of a settling pro or con throws a bunch dt plumflower buds into the kirls Ickashaw as she ist carried pst to the wedding of a friend if she w ears them she is all goawaYjaldcording to his own predilection In Hungary the gjpsies baket cakes containing coins The lover tosses the loved ne3 cake If she eats the cake and retains the coin it Isa sign that he can keep right on supplying her needs in both directions If she eats the cake and returns the silver he is out of pocket only therdough and a few wet tears In Arabia thegirl minds her flocks The lover arrives and attacks her She replies with stone and sUcks used as flatirons may be later in life Ifhe succeeds in driving her into her fathers tent she is his honeysuckle Ifhels repulsed disgrace goes with liim In Arabia it is always well therefore to avoid the virago and tackle the syJphllke inamorata The Mexican lover plods all night In the street before the house of hrs fair entrancer If she approves she sits at the win watcnes himdojRUlEon voyage And this reminds us that when we got ready to get married we went out into the road and stood tbereall dressed up and smiling Pretty soon we saw a v3man coming up the pike hunting for us We sto d right till made believe we werent looking and j were aughtTredhanded Then we went to a preaclier and got the knot tied For simplicity and naturalness our system takes the bun from all the foreigners in the country and if our wife doesnt see this the plan will go mostIromantically sweet on record Hut reniember fellows you must stand perfectly still when you see em coming 0 By the Way f A nearBighted nature IoveC out in my town almost htfd a fit Sunday upon finding one of those paper spinners that the children run with against the wind Some child hail stuck the stick in the ground and the nearbotanist thought fpr five minutes tlvat he had cycuDurbaud It is better to try a brides pie on the log than on rUle groom says at Kansas editor uecause one can waVH get another dog A lady subscriber writes the editor Chat a full blooded Boston terrier costs 25 but she got her husband for nothing Aint women the oontrariest critters I iV k rAINortjrSUle resident in Chicago t retired naval 0m crJen oh a wine neighborIWar While Trying to pet Into Port tr ft ft Mere suggestfon will often cure When mother suggests Ute coal oil foi Willles croup for instance how quickly he ceas s coughing BYRON WILLIAMS A I k jji i A 1 r7 TRA GOOf4 X DCLOTHES FOR BOYS = are best without showing irin the 3 price They wear so much longer that the slight advance over unidentified cheaplybuilt clothes doesnt at all coyer the saving they bring One XTRAGOOB suit vil1survive more boy f handling than two average suits t Every pair of XTRAGOOD kneepants is linedall through This not only means extrjt endurance but also extra fullness and grace toja degree not to be found in clothes that are not XTRAGOODr i c 1J = The RobertsonGlaybfooke Incorporated Go iI l1 Sore Nipples Any mothe who has had experience with this distressing ailment will be pleased to Know that a cure may be ef Efeted by appjyingChamberlains Salve as soon as the child is done nursing Wipe it off with a soft cloth before allowing the babe to nursesMany trained results1For Rheumatism Do yoti want to get iiiof it If SQ take Dr IMiles Nervine modified as di reeled in pamphlet around bottle In addition to the direct curative properties it bas a soothing effectup on the ncrvous system by which the Iheuniatie pains are controlled and i rest and sleep assured It has made many of this gainful curesI some of them after years So1 suffering If it will tIfcated write us for advice it costs you nothing andI IDay save you prolonged suffering Ulw3R crippled that I could sboesOnto walk by suffering the pain Then throughmynn acute attack of inflammatory rheumatism I read about Dr Miles Nervine bought a bottle and I com menced to get bettor from the start and for the past six month haveIscarcely any pain and am able to walk as as ever SANDERSP J Nervmeprice of first bottle onIYf It falls you Miles Medical Co Elkhart Iud OLD MDAI i ISEEDS c IFLOUR IHEBESt ASK YOUR GROCER FOR r Pridi of Washington or Sprang f IId S Choice MANUFACTURED BID J W JARBOE CO Highest market price paid for WHEAT Slogans fFREESewing Machine runs lighter than any otter titREElasts longer than any other 1IffREE is more LeautiruLtLan any otter fFREE Las less vibration than any other FRE is easier to operate than any otter f ffREEmake a more perfect stitch than any otner bcrREEis the best of all com bined in one FREE SEWING MACHINE CO CHICAGO n ILLINOIS ROBERTSON CLAYBROOK CO Agent Springfield Ky GOLD MEDAL FIELD SEEDS STHE SUREGROWING KIND Are a safe proposition for uc Kccause we can buy them under a guarantee that any shipment found tohJcXpcntcThat in stock Doesnt that malce COLD MEDAL SEEDS a pretty food proposition for you r J M Trent Willjsburg Ky r L l 4 t c uc i THE SPRlNrVlELILSUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 1909 1r t 3 r ftJLqt I Y AkiAR1T 1AYO 7 COPYRIGHT 1908 BY DODD MEAD AND COMPANY Webber do do nothinV growled Man dYeGo long now an get awork i iTag ipurc itl Polly cried i t Mos 4 oclock an dat Sunday school 3y room aint ready yet t 1 Hasty picked up the empty box and the stepladder and went out through 7 the gate He had barely disappeared When a peal of laughter was heard from the hillside and before Mandy v could get out of the way the youngj 4 sters came tumbling down the path again 3Pollycircleddren Mouse cheeks is red as pinies honey i Tag youre it Polly cried as she vj touched the widows auburn haired oft spring on the sleeve There was muchI wailing when Willie assedth tag to little Jennie the smallest girl in the f crowd c I wont play no more she sobbed X cause Is always it t T9 comfort her Polly began to sing an old circus song that the children had learned to love and the little ones huddled about her in a circle to hear of the wonderful tied to walk right VanAmbergftwhoI and put his head The children were in a state of nerves that did credit to Polly as an entertainer when Hasty broke in upon the BOAg t When yo get a minute I want tern tell yo somethin I have one right now And turn Ing to the eager mites at her side Polly told them to run along into the jjrgrove and vhat shed come pretty soon gameT and laughing on their way and she breathed I r a sigh of relief as she threw herself 4 down on the rustic seat that encircled vj the elm tree What is it Hasty she asked suspecting that he was 1n trouble wjth Mandy Its bout de circus Hasty inform loed her bluntly crossedVJTIts in WakefieldTan nex month tUS acomin here Here Polly gasped = I thought ydd want ter know said Hasty a little surprised at her j jack of enthusiasm Yes of conrseSbe turned away and pretended to look at the flowersv 7 Ton youse tell Mandy I been talkln bout dat circus said Hasty uneasily He was beginning to fear that hfe bad made a mistake but befo e Poily ould answer Mandy came opt of the house carrying basket of ood which Has ty was toltakefothe Sunday school room he looked nt the girls trout Jjied face and drooping shoulders in surprise NWhat make yo look so serious honey Jt I thinking said Polly absently try Don yo look fine in your new th IgfflbutDo you like ea gerly forgetting her depression of a moment before Do you think Mr John will like It MassJTJohn Mercy me He neb iber4 takes no notice ob dem tings I done got a bran spanktn new nl1a paca one time an do you think ebber seed it Lawsy nor We heI des well be goin roun like Mudjde Eve for all dat man know Polly looked disappointed uB1 dderolks Sl3ees Mandy continue y comfortingly an yo certainly took mighty fine Wby youse Just as good now as yo was afore yo gut hurted VYes Im well now and able to work again There was no enthusIasm In tier tone for Hasty news had made her realize how unwelcome the old life would be to he- rr Work Yo does work all de time My stars de help yo Is to Alassa 0 iprohn i help him Dipo r Of course yo tells him 1 tlrigs to do In sJn aYhcbQOr what the J t chillun like an ylearn himto Hugh an joy himself an a lot of tins what nobody else could alearned him You mustnt says learned him Polly corrected You must say taught him You cant learn anybody any thing You cnn only teach them Lordy sakes I didnt know dat She rolled her large eyes at her young- instructress and saw that Polly looked very serious Shes gwtoe ter have anudder one a dem tiolar spells 1protestShe was Interrupted by a quick Have you never frotn Polly Xt done make no difference what yo say Mandy snapped so long as folks understands yoV She always grew restive under these ordeals but Pqllys firm controlled manner generally conquered Oh yes it does answered Polly uI used to think it didnt but It does Y ju have to say tWitgs In a certaI way or folks look dpwn on you iTs satisfied de way 1 be declared Mandy as she plumped herself down on the garden bench and began to fidget with resentment The way I am Polly persisted sweetly MSee here cline is dat why yo ben asettin up nights an keepin de Hgnt burnin ouIm say up So do I interrupted Mandy Is doip It now For a time she pre lturneduponlilpkball datWere foolishness eber time I open my mouth Id done been tongue tied afore I was born 1 could teach you In no time vol unteered Polly eagerly I dont want ter be teached pro tested Mandy doggedly Hasty Jones says Ps too smart anyhow Men dont like women known too much it skeers em Is good enough for my old man an I aint atryin terigetflatl nobody lses Mandy wound gut hed like you all the better persisted Polly laughing I dont want to be liked no better Ijy no nigger snapped Iant1yhIs- a busy woman I IBV She made for fie honso then curiosity conquered her and she came back to Pollys side See here honey whoge been Karnin yo all dem nonsense aIlenrn from Mr Douglas I remem ber all the things he tells ine and tat night I write them down and say them over Do you see this Mandy She took a small red book from her belt and put it Into Mandys black chubby fiStS I see some writki if dats what yo mean Mandy answered helplessly These are my donts Polly confided n SShepOltl ted enthusiastically to pages of finely written notes wornI Youse wlmt thile The things 1 mustnt do or An youse bcei login y aah beauty sleep Incredulous for dem tiiigs M ndy looked dont want Mr Jo norto feel II of me she said with grow Ing pride t Well yod catch Mandy asettin up for Oh obI What did I ten you Man Polly pointed reproachfully to dye reminder In tfie little red book It l9 a fortunate tblncthat Willie in 1 t terrupted tie lesson at this point for Mandys temper was becoming very uncertain The children had grown weary waiting for Polly und Willie had been sent fo fetch her Polly offered to help Mandy with the decorations but Willie won the day and she was running away hand in hand with him when Douglas came out of the house Walt a minute he called My how fine you look He turned Polly about and surveyed the Ipew gown ad miringly He did see It He did see it cried Polly gleefully Ot course I did I always notice everything dont I Mandy Yo suah am improvln since Miss Polly come Mandy grunted Come Willie called the girl and ran out Jaughing through the trees Whats this Douglas took the small book from Mandys awkward fingerand begun to read Hens set He frowned Oh dems Jes Miss Pollys donts f interrupted Mandy disgustedly Her dontShe done been setsitsettin up nights tryiif ter learn what yo done tole her stuttered Mandy Dear little Polly he murmured then closed the book and put it into his pocket Continued next week FORCE HoraceWhats your fathers busi ness imyboyl Boy E asn t got er business HoracerI mean what does he work a- tBoyE nianlV doesnt work Vs a police rbe 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ners stride u From third to home is flattehed out into a sweeping srr slide The fever grows the while he knows the fans are gathering afar 0g He grabs his hat and stick and oeshe just in time to cat hacarY 4The listless clerk drones oer his work far in the distance he can see- The bleachers fill a bitter pill It IS for him that he must be Bent oer his books and now he looks across those miles with hungry eyes To see in dreams the struggling teams go forth to battle for the prize o D The music hears he of the spheres and as the Boss goek down the stair Thejfever grows for well Tvhat hometeam Jieroes will be there With guilty joy the office boy he tells to say hes called away I 11By urgent press of businessat wont be back till late that day4 v v click and whirr er is silent now she sits and sighs 1El Upon the letters left for her a far oil dreaming In her eyes t Z What stunts are done by Mat ews rt She hears the echoes rise and fall 0Dand Zounds grounds1D S Get on your lid the works all did Lets go out and see the game I 0D0Oe0SOGSaS0SSSaSS0SOSQ tJtI no Jo-I It SPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY FUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance H L SMITH Editor and Publisher tered at the postoffice at Springfield iICYl for traiismission through the as secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 110015IxThree Months 35 Dimicratic Ticket t t CIRCUIT JUDGE I H Thurman COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY 1 0CSHilI of Marion County = REPRESENTATIVE D Graham T COUNTY JUDGEBL Litseyv COUNTYJLERKW F Booker iGmcuiT CLERK Rob Noe COUNTY ATTORNEY T Scott Mayes SHERIFF SJ Anderson SCHOOL SuPERiNTENpENT JW Bush JAILERGeO D Catlett AssESSORfW T Mitchell CORONER Dr WE Crum SURVEYOR Wm P Roberts The SUN 1 L I Kentucky Star Flour Best made MciNTIREtr Died at her home here on the 29 inst Veola the infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Birt Spalding Interment the following day at St Rose Little Birtus Wheatly son of Mr and Mrs Robert Wheatley had the misfor tune of getting his feet and legs badly burnt recently by getting into hot ashes that had been carried from the stove Dr Hyatt was called and the little fellow is progressing nicely at present Mr and Mrs John Williams were called to Taylor county last week by the serious illness of their daughter Mrs Louisa Wise who is dangerously sumptionMiss Ella Head of Dants Station is the guest of her sister Mrs Walter Willett this week Mr T E Ballardand children Alice arid Frank visited at Holy Cross Sun day Miss Josie Mclntire has returned home after spending a few weeks with hercousm Mrs Alice Clements Mr John Pile was the guest of his grandmother Mrs Lizzie Pile of Valley Hill Sunday Mrs Thomas Blanford who has been quite sick for several days we are glad to report better Mr Hite Clements has returned from a visit to Meade county Messrs Many Alvey and RoyiMudd were HID Louisville Sunday Mr Bjrtus Alvey of Fulton is the IDlest of his brother Mr Many Alvev Mr Richard Blanford and sisterMiss Lucy visited th cousin Mrs Kent Mclntire Sundayr Mr arid Mrs Bud Bad ett gave the young fblks a dance on last Thursday night All report a good time Mr Thomas Wise And sisterare via iting in Marion county this week Mr J Montgomery was in Louis yule last week OIl business Mrs Bur Fields iscritically ill at her home near this place Miss Lossie Fields has returned home after spending a few weeks with her uncle Mr Robert Will The Sun and CourierJournal 150 Subscribe for The Sun lQO year I w Tobacco Hogsheads f e are preparing to 1jur DISh the trade tobaccb Hogsheads this year We assure good manufacture j and prompt service Re member this when you go to buy = i Jo Eet us Take Your Order J 1 ROOFING lnc IIf your roof Ieakslet us furnish you the material to fix it If your roof is rotten you need a new one We are prepared to mend your roof or to sell vpua F- eitceilig Ware prepared to furnish you withall kindsof L and Ceiling Let ils put you in a nice new 2 rf floor in place of that old rough vprnout one V Wt will Compote with the world on Prices Springfield Lumber Co J r V Or G T1 Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted ith Out Pain CROWNWORK A SPECIALTY StdctlYFirstdassOffice in Hason Blo k up stairs Local News Notes REDUCED PmcESOn my entire stock of Millinery Prices slaughtered re gardless of costsMiss Willie Knott Dont fail tp attend the auction at Mackville Saturday eve SfaMrs Williams ad in another column of this issue FOR SALE Two Jersey heifers Due to calves in three to six weeks THURMAN PETERS Buy the R G Corset at Grundy M IritIre Buggies and Wagons for sale by A C Kimball In order to close out my entire stock of Millinery all hats are being sold at and below cost MRS NANNIE MULLIGAN Over Pepples Bank Ladies you can buy some Cheap Dr ss Skirts at CampbelPs Auction Saturday evening One suit cleaned sponged and pressed for 75c by Springfield Cleaning and Pressing Club See our50c Shirts they look like 1 shirts Grundy McIntire GREAT BARGAINSMY entire stock pf Millinery at and below cost Buy how saYemoney Miss WILLIE KNOTT If you want strong healthy chickens and turkeys feed them Ente rise Poultry Powders Positively cures gapes Sold by HAYDON ROBERTSON =You will be able to get a good Suit Saturday evening for less than i price at the Auction Ladies Wash Shirts LOO to 250 Grundy McIntIre I Buy Rapid Shine Stove Polish 5c per box J6E A SHADER For Brown doubleshovel plows five plow cultivators ourteentooth Har rows Disc Harrows Tobacco Setters and American Fence call on A C KIMBALL Uqe rKentucky Star Flour to bake your Cakes and make iscuits Its light pure white and healthful EsTRAY On May 20 a black male hog strayed on my place near Texas Owner may have same by paying for keeping and this local J C GORDON SAY Your Buggy needs Painting See A C Kimbail atTbld Casey Shop on Main street if FOR SA40ne firatclasa secondhand upright Fisher jpiano Will sell reasonable For further information call on ED M RUSSELL Try Kentucky Star Flour Its made like grandfather used to make ft FOR SALEA latest model No5 Oliver typewriter This machjne is in hrstclass condition having b en used only three months For further par ticulars and terms apply at this office FOUNDBetween the Walton Hotel and Condors blacksmith shop albunch of keys Anyone calling at this office and proving property and paying for this local can havesame Carpets and Mattthj at Grundy Iclntire J NOTICEThe person who took a dark grgen silk parasol out of the Court- House during the strawberry supper last Thursday night will please return it to thisoffice or to Mrs E E Buste- tNQICEThe public is hereby noti dsofJtheposted and that anyone caught fishing Qr trespassing on the premises without Ii ticket will be prosecuted tdthefull est extent of the law H B MCELROY Supt WANTED Trustworthy man or woman in each county to advertfse receive or ders and manage business for New York Mail Order House 1800 weekly posi bon permanent no investment required Previous experience riot essential to engaging Spare time valuable Enclose self addressed envelope for full particui lath ADDRESS CLARKE Co Wholesale Dept 103 PARK AVE1 NEWYORK c SSSSS- Ii It Pays To Stop Mere SSSSSsSSsI Why Not Save Money SiSSiSSiSI MerI JUST RECEIVED NEW LINE The Newest Special Prices Al ids COLORSII Special good things in Ladies Shirt WaistsJ jL J7Cut Prices Mens and Boys Clothing f iDaily Receiving things in Summer dods f 1 CO SPRINGFIELD INCORPORATED KENTUCKY aS4iS Si SSSS SS IIOil llilSSl IISS IS SS SS lSiluSlsS ISaye your Pin money for PmsandISafety Pins Saturday at the I am closing ott my entire stock of Millinery at a grei t reduction in price Greatest bargains of the seasop Miss WILLIE KNOTT Ten Ladies Spring Suits to close at cost See them Grundy Mclntire Dont forget the time and place Sat urday at Mdckvilie Campbells Auction GOING FISHING Persona desiring to purchase season tickets to fish in the Reservoir can do so cheaper this year than ever before Season tickets on V1Jngfamily put on the ticket for 100 extri ticketjatsave money I Springfield Lodge No 50 F A M will meet in regular communication Monday night June 7th in Masonic Hall Work in M M degree Mem bers from Sister Lodgesare fraternally invited The Aliceton C mpeeting will be held this year August 6 to 15 Workers Rev James M Taylor Knoxville Tenn Mrs Rose Potter Crist Wil more Ky and Song Evangelist prot Wm A Bassett For information address B C Robertson Secretary Aliceton Ky Mr I P Johnsons store at Antjoch wad struck by lightninglast week and considerably damaged The loss was fully covered by insurance however which was paid after the loss had been adjusted by MrG C Wharton I The baby of Mr and Mrs WeD Claybrooke llda very narrow escape from death this morning when it was given a dose of iodine The person who uKhtJthatit was iodine The baby jfs now resting well and will no doubt recover The iron frame work for the new bridge at Fredericktflwn has arrived and the construction of the bridge will be begun at once When completed the bridge will be one of the handsomest and most substantial structures of its kind in this part of the State The bridged being furnished and will be erected by the Champion Bridge Co Try Kentucky Star Four Sogood Try Kentucky Star Flour Sogopd oi Prices Always Lowest r js al11 Quality Guar anteed Ladies Wash On = SutSca wt H h i Cuts4i 15to12The k i Cut n fOfLadiesPanamaS V IN BLACKS AND Ask to see these bargains wi can savi you money in L new ROBERTS NCLAYBROO E I Aunt Fannie Walker a highly respected colored woman died at jer home in Jimtown Saturday night She was buried yesterday by her strsof wasIH GL Buckner She had been a consistent member of the church and a woman of character MACKVILLE As rip news from here has appeared tor some time Iwill jot down a few itemsThe farmers are all busy setting out tobacco sincethe nice rains Mr and Mrs John Sweeney and little granddaughter Gladys of Stanford are visiting Mr and Mrs Jim Walker this weeK Several from here attended the decoration services at Pleasant Grove Sat urday and Willisburg Sunday evening Mr Laneia Foster of Willisburg was here Sunday t Mr Joe Wycoff was in Springfield Friday and Saturday Miss LulaClayEperson of Midway is the guest ot Miss Anna Bell Ritey this week Misses Ethel and Verna Rogers were in Mackville Sunday There were several from this place who took the county examination at hadificates were given to Misse Nora Baker and Maggie Hiatt and Briggs Wy off and Mr Elmer Hume the second class were given to Misses Mae Haydon and Ressie Kayes and Messrs Miner Bottom and Ernest Hum the third to Will Graves All were pupils of Prof W T Hume Mr and Mrs Dick ishjim were in Springfield Friday shopping Brother Beard and family have been away for twb or three wiseks on missionary work at Winchester Mrs Leo Hay bourne was in Spring field Friday Miss Lettie Kayes is visiting her aunt Mrs Cooksey of Willfsburg Mr John Foster bought the property of Mrs Lee Riley tor800 There are a few on the sick list but all are doing fine Looking Ones Best Its a womans delight to look her best but pimples skin eruptions sores and boils rob life of joy BUCk lens Arnica Salve cures them makes theskiri soft and velvety It glorifies EyesColdHands Try it Infallible for Piles 25c at Haydon Robertsons J Sj SI No Shoddy chandise Low Rates One cent a mile plus 25 cents tolMemphis Tenn VII L N Railroad on account of the United Confederate Veterans Reunion to be held at that place June 810 1909 Tickets will be on sale from all Stations on the line on and south of the Ohio and east of the 7tpp8threach Memphis before noon June 10 1909 except from Louisville and points east thereof and east of the Main Line dates of sale June 5th 6th 7th and 8th and further except that from stations east of Georgiana Ala andlFlomaton Ala dates of sale will be fone 5th 6th and 7th Tickets will be limited for re turn until June 14th except that by deposit of tcketand upon payment of 50 cents extension of limit may be secured until July 1 1909 Stopovers will be permitted on return trip not to exceed ten days at Glasgow Jt1n Lon Nash ville Montgomery Birmingham Scran ton Ocean Springs Biloxi Mississippi City Pass Christian and all stations between Guthrie Ky and Memphis Tenn For further information apply to agents Louisville Nashville R R No Wonder He Hit Him Two neighbors in a Missouri town were arrested for fighting and brought to court The judge asked the assailant to tell his story JedgeU he said tfwe was aplayin of seven up seven pints V th game two bits on the cornert 1 had been los in all day jedge ariI had up ny last two bits t I dale the kyards Hew r two an I was six He begged an I gin himwone He flang his queen an I played my tray fur low He flang his king an I plajred myten He flang his ace jedethenKim Saturdayevening Post Of Interest Farmers and Mechanics Farmers and mechanics frequehtly meet wjjh slight accidents and injuries which c use them much annoyance and loss off time A cut of bruise may be cured in about onethird the time usual ChamberlaInsLiniment valuableforsprams ofbloodwhen Chamberlains Liniment isapplied before the parts become mflamedand- swollen For sale By The Leo Haydon DrugCo b Kentucky Star Flour Best made cft r 1 i lji I Y HE SPRINGFIELD SUN WErRSb Y JUNE 2 1909 o t t ROOFING Now is the time for that tin roof you want on We can furnish you all kinds of I = I Tiny iron9 Pap == Or = Ruberoid Roofingf t From SI to S350 per Square If your roof is in need of Re pairs be SUfto see us WE GUARANTEE ALL OUR WO- RKPiurnbingaSpecialty We also carry the Best Line iliTowii of Builders Hardware and Farmers Tools If pu are needing aSEWINQ MACHINE be sure to call on us before buying t t Make Our Store Your Headquarters Hatchett Anderson Springfield Kentucky I ii TEXAS i8sesHattie Arnold and Ruth Clay brooke attended the commencement of Springfield High School on last Tuesday day night Mr Morgan Arnold of Perryville waS the guest of his brother H L Arnold last Wednesday Miss Vallie Langford of Gravel Switch is the guest of hersister Mrs Deboe Brady Mr J W Isham of Perryville was here Wednesday On account of jthe rain on Tuesday 4night the Maccabees could not hold their regular meeting Mrs J B Peytopwho has been un dergoing in Louis yule has returned home She was ac companied by Mrs McCarty and two children Mr Bob Hays and family of Leba f noni were called to the bedside of Mrs Lizzie Elliotte last week Mr David Patterson and wife of Cornishville were guests ot MrC F Adkinson and family last week Mr and Mrs Woodson Arnold Mrs Debaun Mrs Cuida Stewart and son Gaines and Mr and Mrs Chas Ed wards of Perryville were the guests of Mrs R It Arnold Sunday Quite a crowd attended the Fifth 4 Sunday meeting which was held at Bethlehem On the Saturday preceding an all day meeting was lield at thesame place Reys Williams and Purdom of Springfield were present A bountiful dinner was served to all present Misses Susie and Bertha Mouser and Marie Glaysbrooke and Messrs G Glaysbrboke and Walter Smith of Leb anon visited at the home of Mr G Nit Campbell Sunday Misses Bessie and Emma Cochran of Lebanon spent Saturday night with Miss Hattie Arnold Mr Willie Lanham of Lebanon was the guest of Mr Ray Cocanougher Sat urday tand Sunday 4 IMiss Mabel Hourighan returned to in Harrodsburg Sunday after a several weeks visit to her sister Mrs J C Gordon of this place Mr Eugene Campbell and Miss Mabel Hourighan attended the party given by Miss Adra Canary of Fenwick Satur day night Mr and Mrs Jacob Cocanougher ot P rryville visited relatives at this place Saturday and Sunday Mrs Effie Buck of Perryville is the 4 guest of Mrs W D Purdom 1 i3ses Narcy and Bessie Cocanough er had as their guests Sunday Misses Stanfield Veola Harmon Pearl Purdle Callie and Flora Veatch Bessie and Emma Cochran Messrs Sam Grume Clarence Purdle RoyMouser and Ray Cochran of Lebanon and Mr and Mrs Lonnie Pope Messrs Jordon Goode It Stanley Pope Sydney Whayne and Sytf j ney Robertson of this place and Mr Henry Holdermani of Brumfield Miss Grace Arnold and brother Rich ard of Mackville were the guests of Mrs Will Kimberlin last week Mrs Lizzie Elliotte died at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Sie Lawrence of tuberculosis on last Friday nigbt Mrs EHiotte was 31 years of age and was a member of the Metho dist church She leaves a husband and three little girls besides mother father four sisters and three brothers to mourn their loss Weep not loved ones for she has gone where suffering is not known Try to live in such a way that you may some day meet her in the great hoihe beyond Her remains were laid to rest in the Pleasant Run cemetery at 11 oclock Sunday morning J r Ideals I I dont see zactly why my folks Jes tease an tease an coax an coax Me allth time to promise them That Ill be ies like Uncle Jem When I grow up an own a mine An go to bed at halfpas nine An brush my clos learn to pray An take a bath wifout no pay An learn to figger how much coal Is on th inside of a hole An wash my teef an comb my hair An clean my shoes an never swear Er shoot a gun er go to shows rEr smoke er swim wifout my clos Er call a darky boy a coon Er eat my mince pie wif a spoon Wen I grow up to be a man I want to be like Uncle Dan Ar wear a big 16ng rubber coat An rubber boots an sail a boat An feed a pig an trade off dogs An fish wlf little clay bullfrogs An stay uplate and eat hardtack An build a house wots called a shack An neverl1veno Sunday suit An learn to whistle on a flute An have a beard and curly hair An own a circus an a fair An drive a cart wif yellow wheels An eat ice cream between my meals An camp out in a big white tent An never have to pay no rent Harrold Skinner Protect Your fdm lies With Lifejnsurance We can furnish you with Insurance that is selfsupporting in czse of total disability and oui 20 year contracts are guaranteed to payout in 15 years If you intend to purchase Life Insurance call on Leo Haydon or Lee VanArsdalc representing the Southern National Life Insurance Co E T WIGGINTON General Agent Chamberlains Cough Remedy the Best on the Market ve used Chamberlains Cough IItlh and find it to be the best on says E W Tardy editor of TheSentinel Gamsboro Tenn Our baby had several colds the past winter and Chamberlains Cough Remedy always gave it relief at once and cured it in a short time I always recommend it when opportunity presents itself For sale by The Leo Haydon Drug Co = 4 RULES FORTHEDmiTY GIRL One Stejb at a Time WULBe Found to Work Wonders in Over coming Bad Habit To bs clean is riot to be dainty but tons offr placket gaping skirt and Waist divorced even absolute cleanlf iness does not atone for these The girl who would be dainty per haps had better take a peep into her room Are shoes peeping out from Under a carelessly made bed Is a wee corner of a rug kicked up Is the Iresscrscarf white and fresh looking Arer the Drawers partly open reveal Ing confusion within and are there any little threads of hair attached to the carpet or floor covering Perhaps HPJt the whole lIstuta few or one Dont scurry everything to rights in a sudden resolution Leave things just as you found them It will not last wholesale resolutions never do Leave the room alone then as a room but turn yoW attention to the top of the dresser Remove the cloth If It be soiled ever so little If you bilvent a Dainty one make one Make two or three and watch them as a miser watches hsgQld If a tiny smut ap pearsi send them to the washtuiL But leave everything else alone strictly alone You have heard the story of the washerwoman who was given the pot of hyacinth She set it In the win dow Immediately noticed that the glass was dirty She washed the glass and the sill looked doubly grimy the sill washed the floor looked effensive and on until the slovenly w1Iid- becalne w a model of neatnessi Thats the principle After awhile you will find yourself sneaking your slices into their box arid making the bed more carefully and sending tile curtains to the wash andflnally your own person wil change and somedayS- Q gradually will It come you willbe surprised to hear some one exclaIm What a sweetdalntyg1rL1t- BRINGS = OUT LUSTER OF HAIRr Best Color That Can Be Wrrtby the Woman Whose Crown of Glory Is White r The silyerhaired woman makes a mistake in wearing black In her hair under the impression that it will bring out the color The contrast is too startling and black deadens the lus ter White deadens the silver tones and is apt to give the hair a greenIsh hue The most becoming one that can be used is silver though there are cer thin shades orturquolseblue that are lovely with Jt JFor daytime or Informal wear bows or fillets of silver5 gauze are charming while for evening a big silver flowe or wreaths and garlands in silver oak leaves or narrow silver bands will give the silverhaired woman a touch of distinction that no other coloring can DAINTY AND PRACTICAL Embroidery insets of lace and hemstitching add to the attractiveness ol this dainty model To be untied and laundered flat China Figurines Those who like the oddity of thd little carved Ivory figurines and orna ments and who cannot afford the prices asked for them will be inter ested In the clever imitations of those which are now Tiding brought from Jverseas The imitations are of china but so cleverly done that without a pla card one takes them for the real thing The Ivory tone Is admirably preserved and the range of subjects sizes and so for h are almost as great as In the originals the Japanese groups and animals being especially happy They cost but a fraction of the prices of the real novelties ranging from 18 cents to five dollars accord- S to the nature of the object selected Pulling the Hair The latest thing In promoting worn ads glory crown Is systematic pulling of the hair The most scientific pull Ing whlcm Is suposed to give a ting ling sense of life to the scalp and pro mte a luxurious growth of hair must be In steady even but rather brisk pulls Take a small strand of hair In hand pull it firmly but Bharply enough to ih Lice the gcalp tingle but not Irl rltate it Keep this up all over the head until the scalp Is glowing and pi rife Ten minutes of hair pulling eacb morn ng Is said to not only strengther the nairJBut tbgiYeIt new luster = T + I IWTEETH DangrI OQOQOOOOOOOQ 0 I Personal Notes I o 0- Q Visitors In and Out of TownA a Round Up of the Weeks o Personal News I a I QoQOOo ooOOQDQ Mr and Mrs Ruel Foster spent Sunday with friends and relatives in Louisville MMr NG Marks spent Sunday at Lbtiis He was accompanied home by j hife mother Mrs Kent Marks who has b ei1iickfQLseveraldays Mrdec Cheschier of Louisville isattdiurtatTthispIace io day MissNellie Simmg visited friends and relatives in LouisvilleFriday and Saturdays Mr Hood Cunninghanovas in Lou iSyilleTuiesdaylon business r jSti Chas G1eenp visited friends n Bardsto = = = Mrs JE Bimms spentzMonday in ouisvllle Mfi and MrsJ W Bush spent LSunday in Bloomfield Messrs Harojd Hurst G D Mann and John Spalding of Bardstown vis itedhere Sunday f Mrs Nannie Wathen of Irvington is the guest of friends and relatives here Mrs J W Riedel and children will 1cforpoufsvilleto Riedels mother Mrs Mclhtire Mrs G D Robertson Jr left this morning for Kansas City Mo to visit her parents Mr and Mrs Jas Spald ing Miss Carrie Edelen spent Sunday in LouisvilleS Mr Edmont Lane of Danville visited friends herelat week Miss Effle Foster will spend Thurs day in Louisville Messrs J K and BF Simms were in Louisville thefirst of the week Messrs Teddy Wells JoeMcClasky and George Bachellor ofBloomfield were here Sunday Mrs J F Pettus and children are visiting her mother Mrs McCarley of Lancaster Miss Della smith of Louisville will arrive today toattend the Smith Smith wedding Mrs S H Bishop wiHleave Thursday for a several weeks stay in Louis ville Mrs Wakefield of MaUd spent a few days lat week with Mrs W Pi ShehanF Mr Jesse Rapier of Bardstown was here Monday Miss Annie Maratta left todayfor Cincinnati to spend several weeks with her neice Mrs A L Jenkins Mr Harry ONan of Louisville spent Sunday and Monday with his par Lents Mr and Mrs H M ONan MiSs Sophia Hertlein is yisiting friends at Woodlawn aridChildrenarejspendm Sunday with Mr WA Colvin arid family at Fairfield Mr and drsJS McElroy Sr Mr and Mrs WC McChord Mr and Mrs D R Litsey Misses Arfnie Mc Chord and Frances Martin will go to Danville Friday to attend the closing exercises of Central University Miss Regina Rudd who has been attending school at Bowling Green for several months Teturned home Satur day Mrs W H McGawleylias returned from Louisyille Mr Mrs Monroe Cecil spent several days last week in Louisville Messrs John Shuck McElroy Jr and Jack McChord returned to Center College today after spending a week at liome Miss Katherine Spalding of Leba non is the guest of Miss Bertha Hay don Miss Nan Goodloe of Alabama is the guest of Her mother Mrs Jennie Goodloe Miss Mabel Williams spent the first of the week with Miss Beulah Arnold at Maud Mr and Mrs Jas Allen and Mr r YJ J f i f fJ = JuneClearanceSaleC I Ribbons OSTRICH PLUMES Shirt Waists Pet 3Eticoals SKIRTS Hose Net Vests will be sold Ii At and below Cost forjO Days NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY MRS WILLIAMS Louie Hughes of Bloomfield spent Sundaywith Mrs W W Ray Mis Emma Adams of Hatreds bqrg is visiting at the Grundy Home Re R E C Lawson andw ife are in Cam bllsville this week where Mr Lawson is preaching a series of ser Tnons Onaccount of Mn Lawsons absence the pulpit at the Presbyterian church will not be filJeli Sunday DrE M Miller of New Hope is the guest of Dj and Mrs W F Trusty =Messrs John W LewJ and Geo W Colvin attended the Decoration Day exercises at Faifview Saturday MfJ W RiedeLand family haye returned home after a ten days visit to Mrs Riedels brotherat Frederick town tSi r John W Lewis was in Hbdgen ville Monday to attend the unveiling of the Lincoln monument Mr Lewishad been especially invited by Mr riobt Lincoln to attend and on the return trip to Louisviflewas the dinner guest of Mr Lincoln on his private car Attorney Jas F Fairleigh of Lou isville is attending circuit court Mrs E S Mayes Sr and Mrs E S Mayes Jr spent Tuesday with Mrs J R Mahon of Lebanon Hon T Scott Mayes was in Leba non Friday Mr Clarence Litsey of Lebanon visited here Sunday Dr J B RoBards and Mr John Buster of Harrodsburg were here the first of the week Mr Will Waters Jrj who has been traveling for a publishing house is at home It DrWF Trusty spent the day in Mackvllle yesterday Mr W F Grigsby was in Willis burg last night where he delivered an address before the Ladies of the Mac cabees Messrs L Scott Mayes and C L Price were at Frederick toVn yesterday Mr J Robert Mayes Jr has re turned home from Kentucky State Uni versity to spend vacation with his parents Mr and Mrs T S ott Mayes Mrs W F Grigsby is in Bowling Green this week She is the delegate from the Springfield Methodist church to the meeting of the HbmeMission Societyof the Louisville Conference Messrs G C Wharton and OF Wharton were in Versaillesand Lexington on business last week DrW W Ray left Sunday morn ing for Havana Cuba where he was called by the serious illness df his daughter Miss Sue Ray Miss Sue has been in Havana for the past winter engaged in journalistic work and was just about ready to return home when stricken Messrs John Fan Ben F Sums are in Bardstown today Mr GeoE Medley left for Owewh b rotbls mbnungraftera YjsitWiiB family at this place ffJudge Selecman is in BardstpwHJb day 4 o Mr H Ft Litseyj who naSffiog J living jitrFt Worth L Texas f time has returned h me v lnr= = Marion County = Enterprise and Falcon William Shipp who shot and kilM Dan Horton had an examining trial be fore Judge CIpyd at Campbellsville Thursday and was held over to the grand jury In tHe sum of 400 He ga we bond and was released The suit of Mrs MarY EHiottfaKaiatfc the National Casket Company ai Scotti Moore of Louisville for 1026 damages alleged to haye been sustaiSed m a runaway last NovenibercauMI by Mr Moores automobile watrWrIn the circuit court last Friday and Sat urday and resulted in the plaint W ceiving a judgment for 2500 iitau Nannie Powers neice of the plaintin who was in the buggy at the time it the accident secured a judgment against the same defendants earlier in the5terj forRSOO J J A Hardesty Jr who sued Yirgl Bobbitt for 5000 damages for persons injuries received in an altercation be tween the tWQmen about a year agn was awarded a judgment for 25 ani costs A cross petition was filed br Mr Bobbitt against L D and tT A Hardesty Jr inwhich he sought darn ages in the sum of 5000 Tie coafe of the suit it is said will amount feu several hundred dollars Iff 1 Rev James S Dauglierty aged 6ff years died Sunday night JiLt 8 oclock at the home of Mr Noble Wayne bw death being caused by paralyslsTiI funeral services were conducted at tfce residence Monday morning at 11 oclock bv Dr A C Graves and interment was in the Wayne family buryiag grounds on the old1iT Way efarlDJ tJMr Theo Spalding one of the beg known and widely connected men it Marion county was assaultedand badly beaten with a club in the hands of James Tudder near his store belbw tk Spalding ford bridge on Wednesday afternoon of last week A gash 3 inchiej long and to the bone was cut in his he and hewas otherwise bruised The re ports of the trouble are very confliaiiing Mr Tudder is under bond of 75t and will shortly be tried for the offenSe Mr Spalding w slowly recovering ftAoutThaI ro When a visitor rushes in on you unexpected or for your Sunday Dinner or any old day when you want a good Dessert for your dinner call us anti order some Ice Cream Strawberries Cakes y Rol StPies FruitsI- n factr anything you tant We have them and are always glad to serve you Try our Cream Bread its delicious rThese hot and sultry days when you want something Cool and Refreshing Visit oilf SodaFountainTry some Fresh Strawberries with your SundaeI 1 Katie Hertlein Bro TTTT + r s i I r JI I L 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Building Wilt in the courts of Washington and adjoining counties and in court of Appeals SM CAMPBELL AUCTIONER Springfield Ky tCrY of public sales a specialty Will go anywhere Terms reasonable Phone 84 BDjPWR MORGAN F tvViftrlnary Surgjton and Dent 1st PERMANENTLY LOCATED At Wharton Tapps Stable in Springfield W a rt 3ftf to Rates Reasonable PHONE 3 JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY IBest Attention Every courtsey shown fiandsbme Line of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone Day 19 Night 74 i THE SUN AND Both pa- pors 1 yr Commoner15OTe-ekly CourierJournal 150 Teekly Louisville Herald 150 Nashville American 150 Weekly Cincinnati r 175 Weekly tlanta ConstitutionL75S- emiWeekly St LoUis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat 115 ThriceaWieek New York W rld 175 Home and Farm125Ame-rican Agriculturist175Am- erican Epitomist150Am- erican Farmer Breeders Gazette r iT 225 Country Gentleman viT 200 Farm and Fireside125Farm Field and Fireside 175 Review of Reviewsov r 325 L tt Magazine 285 ScnbnerE Magazine400Le- dger Monthly J75Harpers Magazine u435 Harper Weekly435Sunnv 1 =j eJtn OddCds aGriPr By C01IIL Shackelford Copyright by J B Uppjricott Co Side by sidethe silence of a sweet content prevailing for the moment as In their courting time sat young Mr and Mrs Twindle now eight months married t It was their third evening fn their mew madetoorder house They were unspeakably happy Out side was snappingcold January weather the ground bare of snow Dfd it palrfhatstraighten up all of a sudden with a backward tilt to her pretty head her lips quivering her mouth gasping ber- eyes closed in an ecstasy of inde fcfsion and her fingers embedded in the padding of the chairarms Her husband regarded her with a pools on alarm but the convulsion was over before he could say or do any ithing for she had emitted three staccato sneezes Bertha love this is alarming You jnustnt began Mr Twindle recovering his presence of mind his arm going around her waist frpm force of habit i I suppose not though its awfully Delightful she was saying when the4ametjy shook out three more sneezes delicate sniffles arid the cluck ora partly strangled cough succeeded them Mr Twindle was instantly on his feet nervous with apprehension This is very serious my dear he declared Careful as we try to be youve been sitting in a draught Plug the keyholes then theyre enemies of domestic peace Ive heard Now what S the use of being foolishly anxious nIck Do sit down again tugging at his handlCant He spoke very decisively Youve a babycold perhaps half a dozen influenza germs Ve should take precautions Why six sneezes In two minutes are six hints to call 8 doctor Theres an M Ds office over the drug store on the corner of Quay street Thats only three blocks off and I can get him here in ten miri Dhkf She Called Faintly utes He put on his hat andover coat in a determined way What ails you Dick Ate you crazy she asked Ive sneezed lots of times in iny life without sending for a doctor If you bring one back with ousheadded with a stamp of her little foot Til hide in the attic sure He did not doijbt that she was in earnest so changed his purpose saying with a laugh Oh well if you feel so about it Ill compromise by getting some sort of a remedy from the drugg1sttarrhs- nuft coughdrops inhalers some thing anythingrfor seriously Im worrying 1 Add some opera creams and a magazine or twou shecsuggested Still he lingered If youre going she hinted I aught to glt hJ he responded Fact is my dear I dont iffie to leave you all aloneTe dont know any bodyaround here and robbers are un pleasantly numerous Humph with a shrug of her shoul der whod want to steal me Anybody who saw you A Burglar would swipe you for ransom Ill take no chances and with that he pro ceeded to lock the downstairs doors Ill not feel so anxious now thats done he said My latchkeys IriLmy pocket and yours is on the maiftel All youve got to do Isnot to do any Thing but keep out of draughts with wblch Irishism and the tip of a kiss heUeparted TQ prevent lonesomeness Mrs Twindle read the bargain ads and the fashionfreak article of the eve ning paper for a brief time she planned jroom decorations after that she was a quandary what todo Was it one of her evil spirits that sug gested a platiat the time she thought it a pleasant onefor jurprlslng her husband on his telurn Her d6a was to illuminate the hous With her to think was to act In a few minutes there as a flame on every gas jet upstairis and down in the house Naturally enough for a woman she was curious to see how the place would appear to an outsider Bundled up rn a shawl she darted out of the front door in ul1urrf fearing Mr Twindle might surprise h rtThe show was a line one Dick would sure Jy admit it itr would please her If any one concluded a big function was go ing on In the little house The air was cold for outdoor sentiment and she hastened to get Inside again jpnly to have the chill of her life when she found that the front door wjis5hut hard and fast against her held tigiit TT = i 1 with its spring lock and her latchkey on the mantel just as Dick had told her She comprehended the situation in a breath was frightened almost cot lapsed It availed her nothing to Icicle and push and sputter out her passion the wood and the night kept grim and silent She tried the other doors but Mr Twindle had treated them with an exasperating sureness Everything having failed her she felt forlorn enough for a hearty spell of crying There were neighbors ftIwas true but she was a stranger proud and wouldnt go to them make herself ridiculous with her andI No She would try to keep warm until Dick came which oughtnt to belong So she trotted to and fro In the lee of the house tantalized by what she saw through the windows and recalling in comical contrast the poor Pen who had stood disconsolate at the gate of Eden and wondered how that angel would get along with the Twindle job on this arctic night This thinking of Paradise and its perfumes especially the latter reminded her Qf the smell qf the heated varnish on the registers of the airing she had given the house that afternoon and how afterwards all the windows but one- had been closed and locked the exception being left upa fingers width for ventilation She gave a little try of joy over this chance of escape from the feather and from discovery by Dick That window was on tile other side of the house perhaps twenty feet back from the sidewalk Her spirits took a tumble when she found the sill was five feet from the ground measuring it by her own height of five feet tWOrA stepping block waS necessary It was found In the shape of an empty nail keg on top of a pile of carpenters rubbish in the back yard Hardly had she mounted when its head feltin4One leg was trapped With stoical endurance she extricateed it smarting with nail point etchings Most men would have sworn in some language if she could she didnt but Instead tis dhergoodegd like a golf stick to spin the keg away iwfth a mighty kick What next was to be done for there was no spare time Nothing Unless a shivery old wheel barrQw the plasterers pad been top proud to take away and mean enough to leave could be used It was from the start an obstinate dereUctwlldJY careening and viciously trying to travel on its sides its broken wheel giving it a piglike contrariety Warmed by this opposition Mrs Twin die pugnaciously flung aside her shawl vandafter many a puff and grunt fought ItThenot discourage her Once balanced she found the window both unlocked unweighted She raised the sash until it stuck in tit runway high enough for her to crawl upder after which getting a good i on the Inside ca sing she sprang upward towards the opening at the same instant the barrow as perverse as ever flopped over Her shoulders struck against and loosened the sash which dropped into the small of her back holding her as Ulna Vise half in half outj of the housea tropical heat around her head an arctic breeze flirting her draperies and numbing ner walking sticks There the little woman stuck struggling a good deal and crying just a littlebeing fearful all the time that some individual other than Dick might discover her predicament a pos sibility that made her frantic And why doesnt Dick comeU she continually asked herself Why should he be an hour on a 20minute errand I cant keep up this kicking much longer she thought when the minutes seemed to have1 grown Into hours but if I stop Ill freeze and if I freeze hell have to thaw meout tn water as If T were a frozen fish and thatll not be nice for anybody Then she fought the harder and just as vainly not so much to get into the house as to keep her Consciousness sun Dick did not cpI nor arty one rnddespafringsh When not more than a minute later Mrs Twindle knew herself again it was to feel strong arms Tugging at her outdoor extremities and a certainty in her mind that either the window frame must go or that she riot being of India rubber would part in the jpytheDlckrshe called faintly Im awfully glad its you and not some body else But dear please work from inside the house Itll be easier and Ill live longer Barring the leg decorations a tired feeling In her lack a hollow in her stomach and a head that ached dear down to her shoulder blades irti triflfes she persistently in- sitedMrs TwIndle released from captivity declared herself IIi fine condition and would not hear of Mr Tftindle going for a doctor But this was a rather serious case of grip dont you think he asked trying to keep down a smile Ai ready we have tile beginning of a hos pitala hotwater hoWe arnica court plaster smellingsalts bandages salves a pocketful of coughcures and a sinall library of patentmedicine almanacs containing emergency prescriptions Still I guess youre right as to the physician Now my dear Id like you to explain tome how I had this chance of taking you for a burglar which I thought you were un tlH hoard you speak It was a lockout Dick in this way Tand cuddled up In his arms like a tired child she told the story Hope as1a necessity Affection can wit stand Very severe storms of rigor but n ta long polar frost of downright i difference Love will subsist en Wonderfully little hope hut altogetherwiihout ltSIr Wal tetScott r w I L t1 fc i I ti 1 2ii 1iilr l 1c iII ia7N IS Sf iik 15I j I It jiF Engraving iitt19 1 + r f ti i IL Visiting CardsfMourning Cards = Wedding Invitations ti tquEq Reception Invitationst 04 EtcEtc rt 10 Anything You Gill For N Any Style You Want + The Sun is prepared to tak your order for Visiting FIt tICards Invitations of all kinds Etcf in fact anything you m may want in the printed line Will print or Engrave Tti 01 best of work Guaranteed Come to see us R H i1s iI Satisfaction Guarantied St Ii Moderate Pricis r= fu Jt Wealsomakeaspecialtyof Ki U Engraved Letter Heads En velopesEtcS f I TheIr 1Lt Springfield 1 Sun L tN u I Y 2 tf U t iU v lt ISU U r =H = P Hi t J t 1 IJ il II II J D r k 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and prepares the young people for the best posifaons CLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS gIves a complete course in the latsit and most upto date system of Actual Practice Bookkeeping andShorthand nd tltplaces all graduates in good positions havingmany more calls tHan graduates t jl School is in Session all tile Year Individual Instructien and Enroll st deafs any day U Get full particulars from the editor of this or Rev Granville W L bSfgl or write direct to the 3 035 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky cI i 5S p t fz THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WESNESDAY JUNE 2 1909 J TtEOllAN6E t EXCERPTS Savings and Doings of the Press Jaly i U At Large t Attrue frendis one who makes usdo ttweun Phelps r f r y1 pHmentsaniou will not be 1ea toegg your own wotdsEe1 Jiff I1 yii i vlf6 amount of gpod advice has ever de a bad egg fresh Illustratec Sun aafMagazne V Adverity is a trial of virtue torthe vise man and an occasion of sin for the bLst Ambrose SN J IHwre are many bittex pills inllier That each of us must sw Bi the Blue Monday after Sunday- htIJCJWJG When a fellow isnt capable ofjearn 1 aga living he should haU His ef ziJfiwpT Jo get a political job rPriiladel u jtilf Record f T A wqmari cant help being suspicious aklut a telegram from her husband be aBuse it isnt in his handwritingrNew Kattrk Express 1 f j L Its been too damp for base bait=Too wet for planting corn r 3tut flowers are b1 omin beautifully As sure as you are born X t Our neighbors faults are magnified evenfold but as to our own short engsweilwe can not see them Jfcrbugh microscope Farm Journal Many a mala has aIDo It Now iMotto over his desk and dust thick ane ghon tiisrdesk to wiite his name with his finkerThe Western Pub Wer fShetakes her hat off atthe play resistta way The hat is never misded i1 1 GuntePs Magazine i We are getting well into the really idivihe pl1ilosophy and finding out by leaps and bounds that whatever fitsthis- wild best for the realization of mans ablest aspirations and highest attain tefits isbestNew York Telegram t bore and the bed bugs will find you fKick and the coyer will fall iE6V talk in your sleep or surely Yci r room mate will use a maul t = j The Elizabethtown News tejlsof a Slardin coanty man who has eight li v grandparents What does the News tlr kof a Shelbyyille boywith two jokers and two mothers all living and cfepg well And he is only a boy yet eteis no telling how many he may liyejjv hen he reaches amans estate SfielbyviUe Sentinel jBe still sad heart and stop r pmirg Behind the cloud the sun is still shining Lon fellovt 1na young ladys graduating essay- 6 f Intellectual hew Drops arethe lfeII wing beautiful words As we drink deeper of the cup of intellect it Becomes sweeter and all the bitterness fosses away as if by magic How hap c jfl the student feels when he has gained correct view of Homers beautiful jtfems and scraped the rustfrom the jmtdels of Greciin literature that have Sin like the mysjteries of nature buried m the arcana of the urknown But w the full glory of sunlight falls upon iit new and opening leaves The higher we soar towards heaven the deeper is lie skv So it is with the intellect Ii far above the clouds and we can riotI f pRetrate enough into its clea rd 4 find its boundaries or soar so high i t what theres room to rise A little on the sly rIswceternowthan byan by i iYonkers Statesman A little kissings not enough A lot of kissing thats the stuff Boston Herald fS Iinan address entitIedMandeliy ared by Hon W Jv Bryanat Corn ipencepient Day exercises Nebraska State University he used these beauti l fill truthful soul inspiring words nich every boy young man and old ran should carefully study commi- tS memory remember them always Ask the mother who holds in her arms Ser boy what her ideal is corerning kirn and she wil1 tell you that she de otrea that his heart may be so pure tJtcOlIld be laid upon a pi low an- dIiitIeaveaajtainithatjiis ambition may 555bego holy that Uld lie whispered in j aa angels ear and thathis life may re so clean that his mother his sister his wife his child could read a record of its every thought and act without a blush But ask her if she will require this perfection in her son before she showers her love upon him and she will answer No She wi1l teI1you that she will make him as good as she can that shi will follow his footsteps with a daily prayer that in whatever land he wanders Her blessing will abide with him and that when hedies shell hope hope yet hope that the world will be better that he has liVed Rich Mens Gifts Are Poor beside this T want to go onrec9rdas saying that I regard Electric Bitters as one of the greatest idfts that God has made to woman writes Mrs 0 Rhine vault of Vestal Center N Y lor can never forgetwhat it has done for me This glotious medicine gives a woman buoyant spirits vigor df body and jubi lant quickly cures Nervous ness Sleeplessness Melanoholy DizzySpellsand sickly Try them 50c at Haydon Robertsons oFit VALLEY HILL =c Seyeral from this place attended the funeral of MrJ A Bishop at Mt Zion WednesdayMiss Tucker has been the guest of her sister Mrs M Reeti dur ing thepastSE Ji PInkston Litsey wasin our midst Wednesday Ed Derringer who is taking a Theological Course In East Tennessee Is home on a visit to friends and relatives We are glad to see Ed back again anff wish for him a life of great good m his chosen work for God Miss Minniia iioran nf WnnHlaujn er11Mrsthe past weekc Rev Grume attended meeting at this place Friday evening W F Moran sold a nice bunch of lambs and seyejral fat ewes to Croakj Fitzgerald to lte delivered Mrs HughevfGoatley has been on the sick list during the past week but is new improving slowly Miss Nannie Pinkston of Poortown visited relatives here last Saturday and SundaySMiss Bessie Roberts of Springfield is the guest of Miss Pearl Goatley of 1Tthe Big Beach belpw Bar1towq together with several friends from Louis ville Rev Hamilton who is conducting aj series of meetings at this place visited at Woodlawrf Sunday and Monday Mr and Mrsv T A Tatum have been managing the store at this place during theJ absence of our genial merchant Fitzgerald Croake shipped a lOt of lambs from this station to the Bourbon yards at Louisville today Dr WR Morganot Springfield was in our midst Monday attending to veterinary duties Tobacco setting is about finished in this section and aside from the damage done by cut worms the plants are living and doing unusually welh The prospects for a good orn crop look veiry favorable Wlieis doing nicely and is heading up beyond expectations The yield will be aburdant should the heads fill properly as the prospect is now A large crowd attended tfiej evening seiiyices here Monday and TU1sday Kentucky Fair 0f The following are the dates fixed frholding the Kentucky Fairs for 1 09asI far as reported tanford July 313 days Henderson July 275 days Georgetown July 275 days kLancaster July 283 dayp oTi jtfadisonvillei August 3 5 daysi tWinchester AUgust34 days Danville August 44 days Blue Gas Fair Lexington August 9 tTaylorsvilleUniontown August 105 daysl Harrodsburg August 123 Leitchfield August i74 dayJ Lawrenceburg August 174 days Barboursville August 183days BrodheaJ August 188 days Shepherdsvjlle August183 da sIEwing August 193 days Shelby ville August 245 d ysjSpringfield August 254 London August 254 daysIFlorence August 254 d ysIFrankfort Augiist314 Hardinsburg August 31Sdayp j Tom Pki OS vi lie September lf5uJuye Fern Creek September r5 daiyi 1HodduYStGlasgowe I S Kentucky State Fair Louisville 1BedfordIf Ypu are Worth 50000 Dont Read Thist i This will not interest you if you nrei voulareanot afford to employ a physician when yptf havean attacK ofdiai r1rde you will be pleased ioJknow tha W ne or twc doses of hartJberl jil8Colic Cholera an43iarrhoea Remedy wiTh cure it This remedy has been in use for many t e t THE WORLBS6REATESTSEWIH6 MACHINE RUNNINGNEWH0Hr Ifyou anteltheraVIbratlngShuttlellotarj or a fC ain Stitch J Seeing JNlnehineirrt to THE NEW HOME SEW1NI MACHINE COMPANY Orange MassMany seifn machines are made tosell regardless of qualitjvbut the NewHonieis made to wear Our EiiarantyTievcr runs ou- tSold by authorized dealers only FORSA- LEBYEdMII Russell J years and is thoroughly reliable Price HaydonDrug SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN We earnestly request the patrons of this column to notify us when you sell your stock etc so we can discontinue the advertisementSS Under this head all persons who are subscribers to The Sun may insert free of charge otholfnrmproductsLand for sale or forrent not but In atIIIC L Brady Rt 3 las for sale 350 of tobacco bedsSC H Montgomery Springfield has for sale 500 feet or Mrs Sam Tucker Rt 1 has for sale 120forJJ Allen Springfield has for sale- a 2yearold colt Lloyd Havdon Jr Rt 4 fiasfor sale Pekm Duck eggs 50c for setting oM5 hasIS B Nally Rt 2 has for sale a fine Jack registered ready for use I will sell worth the money Elder Rt 3 Lebanon MrslbM B P Rock eggs SOc r Sorinpfield has for aeapalr of nice mare mules well broke Also a pair of nice young jacks H S Litsey Rt 41 has for sale a lot of English Maple trees MrsBLLitse has for sale S L B Leghorn eergL SC Bunt Orpington eggs from peirlu r9511iI Leo Nally Rt 27Ms forsaleiPitt Game Eggs Setting of 16 toiMSOc or 3 for 125 IMrs C C Christie Lebanon Rt 3 has for sale pure bred single comb brown Leghorn eggs 15 for 5Uc trsJ I Martin Rt 1 hasfor sale- S C Rhode Island Red tges From pens 150 and 250 for settbg of 15 From yard 50c for 15 eggs Mrs K BCregor Rt 3 Lebanon thoroughbredand B Po Rocks 50c for 15 Telephone- A C kimball Springfield has for sale White Plymouth Rock eggs 100 for 15 H S Litsey Route 4 has for sale a good 3yearold mule Jack Sell wQrth th 4Wfor sale white seed corn W P Merntt Springfield has for sale Boone County VVhite Seed Corn This corn grew 75 bushels to the acre last year Price S2 per bushel in ears Mrs John L achman Springfield wants to buy a good Jersey cow 4 iIgehn SEWING MACHINE ROLLER BEARING HIGH GRADE S ve Money by buyInglhis- reli ble lionest high grade sew ing raacfime STRONGEST GUARANTEE National Sewing Machine Co BELVIDERE ILLINOIS t i ENATOR JAMES PCLANKL EXPLAINED FULLY Mr Squlggs He made his money In automobiles and football Miss De Kollety He doesnt look like a sporting man Mr Squlggs No hea a doctor Chicago Daily News DESSERT Well get some crullers some chocolate cake buns strawberry tarts and Ice cream u What kind of pie shall weihave after Our Sympathy Is alwaysextended to those in distress but we have no sympathy to waste on the mail- who borrows his neighbors paper when he can have one of his own at a mere nominal j I eDSe Your home paper stands for your interests and the Interests of your home town It deserves your moral and financial support If you are Dot a member ofour family of readers you should begin now by sending In your subscription 1 40 t An Appeal to the Pride of tl b Pt V V i 4 Owner of i j = i a Home By TheRed Drugstore fcr Everyone who owns a home is anjqous 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