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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i T 4t fAS i i I r T J II t- Zlb + 7 cJ7 ftr sM h i bI I rttt J T t 7fuu W t1i i t S f i- JArh f F2r 1 fEi 4- I iDEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON cOUNTY tV C j rt JjJ H i l 1 VOLUME i1 SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY JUNE 9 1909 N IEI2 1r1ft d I+ fr ICLOSJN6M M rfMFJVi I VrfilClTEXERCiSp Jpf Ceritrai University IJiis ek1 Jack McChord and John Si lv IcEIroy Graduate r f The Central University finals forj909 promise to exceed all of the astin gayety ind brilliancy Manj visitor s will be the guests of Danville citizen for the commencement of the histprK old college OhJune 9 old Centre College will have seat qut into the worli Its eightysixt graduating class t enior riteS celebrated onThe were the campus Saturday night undfV morning in the First Presbyterian church Dr F vWHinitt resident o the university preached thebaccaj laureate sermon The annual Y M C A address was deliver d on Sunday night bvf Dr Aquilla Webb of Louis yule The undergraduate dance was the principal feature of the prpgramme for Monday evening i Glassdqy exercises were held in the college chapel on Tuesday mornrtig The annual June oratorical contest iield the boards for Tuesday Anight r On Wednesday morning the corn L men ement exercises proper will be ield in the college auditorium Dr Charles W JLJabney iLL D president of the University of Cincinnati deliver Jug the address The men who will receive their de grees from the academic department 2re Granis Bach Hugh CassidayjH W Cave G D Collins M MDurha- mLW Hager F I S Hess W A Hopkins G F Lee M J Lee JH JMcChqrd E F McConnell J S Mc Jlhroy L R McQueen S H Miller M D Rawbrtli Bf H Sachs H SSt Claire and Fred M Vinson Jack McChord is the valedictorian of the class NEXT MEETING AT MltWAiJKEE j Ac i StateFire Marshals Conclude the i Work of Annual Conventionl v At VV T Neikirks J Office J LOiiisyilleTihi S of June 2 Milwau kee was chosen as the next meeting place Qf the State Fire Marshals Asso ciation of America which adjourned at J2 oplock tpd y after being in session at the Paul Jones building in the office of State Fire Marshal W F Keikirk for two days The dates for the next Convention are slightly earlier thanthi year being May 17 arid 18 TM Purtell of Milwaukee was elected president fOw succeed Edward Peterson of Minnesota aarMr Purtells t Home city will have the next conven tion JA Craft of South Dakota was elected vice president and ViS Rogers of Ohio was reelected secretary The Executive Committee is composed of W fe Neikirk Kentucky and Edward Peterson of Minnesota for the next year- Resolutions thanking Fire Chief Ty son Chairman Hunter of the Board of Fire Underwriters the management of Font Ferry W F Neikirl and J L Shallcross for courtesies extended thec flVfltIOn were adopted As the guests of Mr Neikirk the r delegates enjoyed an eyening at Fon taineFerry lastnight They took in all the sights but were on hand promptly at the opening session tpdav at 10 oclock loses Horse 1 ir L 0 MQGarty the popular book I keeper of the Peoples Deposit Bank lost his fine young buggy horse last Monday morning at about 3 oclock t Mr McCarty took a drive hehin the horse Sunday afternoon when he app peared Ifo be in the best of health until shortly before reaching town when signs of sickness were shown When the horse reached town he became vfprse and despite the efforts of the veterinarians who worked with him died Congestion of the lungs was given as the cause of his death The horse was three years oldand cost Mr LMcrt 160 He had recently been pffJ3red and nad refused 225 for him t tA SmithSmith L t Iss EUZ1ITefI SrnTith rldMr Ehv Smith were married ar St Rose church last Thursday afternoon at 5 oclock Rev Father Hagertjy performing he ceremony The altar of the church was beautifully decorated jfor the occasion ferns and plants amTcjut flowers haviri been used Mr Smitji and Miss Smith entered the church jto the strains pi Mendelssohhs wedding march olaye d by Mrs Jodie Spalding and Mr Harr Krecker Curing1 the ceremopy Mrs Richard Kelly sang art Ave Maria The ushers were Messrs AI xIBar berV C E Osborne Thos Hamilton and Eric Garrjco The bride was beautifully dressed in a gown of white crjepe de chene while the groom and ushers wore the conventional black After the ceremony thebridal part repaired totbe h ineof JFielder Smith the brides father where th y and a few friends were entertained al a delightful wedding shipper Mr and Mrs Smith will make theIr home at Blppmfield c COURT NEWS Circuit Court Still in sion4 Several Cases Decided Police eCourt Monday ConsiderablebusinesfhasoeEmtraIlS acted in Circuit Court during the past week On Friday the evidence in the case ofJK Chea ham plaintiff vs- J S Sutton defendant wsheard This was an action on account for tp acco sold by plaintiff to defendant to which the defendant answered alleging raud and asking damages The suit vas compromised Saturday by Sutton aying Cheatham 125 and the costs incurred in the trial of the action T icottMayes WR Grigsby and Mar shall Duncan represented the plaintiff and Hon J W Lewis and W D Clay Brooke the defendant In the suit of H F Yankey vs The umberland Telephone Telegraph po asking daraajfes for breach of contract and a specific performance of heir contract to connect him on the de endants telephone line the Courtor ered a specific performance The jury also found damages tdthe extent of 2250 The defendant will take an ap eal W C McChord represented the plaIntiff and Jos P Fairleigh ofLouisr file thedetendant The case of Erather va Keeling to decide a bocui4arv line is now on trial aving been in progress since Monday lorning A verdict will probably be rendered today W Q McChord an- drw Lewis represent the plaintiff and WFGrlgsbY and T Scott Mayes the defendant Judge Noe in Police Court Monday had to continue most of the cases docketed as the lawyers were busy in Circuit Court Two cpS were tried Cunningham Duncan vs Dr A G Beam and Cun ingham Duncan vs Jonn M Hall lnboth cases judgment was given for he plaintiffs V 7v 4 I BaseBall r= Poprtown literally wiped up with S pringfield Saturday the score being 19 to Y It was said y some of the Ipcal team that the umpireJ has Greene f tbed them but from the best reports obtainable this is not true Poortown did some old time slugging while the ocals could not connect with pitcher laynes curves The batteries were Iayiies indJPolin lor Poortown and Jerry Colvin Shultz and Simms for riri eldnr t1 Ipa very welkfplayed game list hursday the Stffijjf Jrs ibeat the pringfield s a score to The local batter was Greenei Boblitt and Boulware On the St Marys grounds yesterday orSt Marys won two games from the team of Louisville the first game being 4 to 3 and the second 9 to 0 Larry Shultz pitched and won the first game striking out J5 men r Kentucky StarFlour4 Best d J 1 A TRAGEDY l l Byron Williams Stubble arid ME we went Tfunfng toda y up tn thee Run gist a tcrlbul way they was a flurry of Snow cirn last hIa that Is thee Time 2 git cottjntaisrIte- He never told me couldnt That hy we took ml Brother BUts gun on the sly 1 UWW I have jseen BuTbag fm Many a time he stands away while the other Boy clime up on thee top of thee Brush with their boots Then when thee Rabbit runs out BUI hi shoots so Stubble dumb on the crest of sun brush BIng went a rabbit rite out with i rush quick as a FIRs I let go with jnl toad kicking me Hed over HQds In the Rode when got up Stub was yelling a tat Gracious It couldnt B rue he wuz shot he was a holding his hand 2 his side cist when a feller cum by with a ride he looked at Stub and he sed He is shot- Stubbltt wuz Moanlnca torlbul lot Yew are J younc tB shdotlnr a gun t DOMINICAN NUNS 101 Build New College Ground Purchased Near Chestertown Gmd forSchool for Girls Dominizcan order of nuns the mother house CrtherinesKy aces near Chestertown IndJon which they will build a college for jfrirla The institution is to be built and ready for occupancy within the next two years The principal college of the Dominican nuns is located at Sprinefield Ky Nine Hurt Lebanon Junction Ky Jun7In a headon Collision on the L and N railroad near Fork bridge a n l south of this place Saturday ufternoollf at 630 oclock several sen ers were injured though none fatally it is believed The trains were south bound passenger No9 and north bound freight No 12 It is said the wreck was caused by the failure of the telegraph operator tpdeliver orders Nine of the passengers were hurt Mrs A M Sherrod of Colesburg was probably internally injured Mrs Zinah Upton aked eighty years also received painful injuries and much apprehension- is felt because of her age J C Morris of Elizabethtown was badly bruiscd Sarah Lee colored of Elizabethtown was cut aboqt the head The members ot both tram crews saved themselves by jumping The pas senger engine was completely demol ished Try Kentucky Star Fiour So good r t l r then vr6 rove off with thee Horse on a Run r They ws a very big Crowd on the bloc when we took Stubble up stairs 2 tbee Doc I wuz a Bellerlns 2 Blame It awl I woodnt hurt Stub fer Nolhln a tall Da4t d A 3o put 2 th e Shed5lrl Movt- T smart Msed he sufers onuf In his hart sed 2 pa 1 dont care Dres me down Stub vfuz thee Best frond Itiad In thIs town purty soon Bill he curs in looking glad Stubble will Jive he haint hurtVry bad If Stubbles mother will let me come In will nurse Stub till hes awl well Agin will bring Flowers and Grapes 2 his Bed reeding him tails and 4 wetting his Hed down 2 thee Store they wux Joking tonlte Qrandftddy Jones sez Yewr doing awl rltp only next Time yew aim strata at8tubs hed then yew will Slawter thee Habit Instedl Cracky mt noze wuz aw skinned up 2 day f never knew that a Gun kicked that wayl SENSIBLE MAN Knows a Good Thing When Hi i Sees It and Jumps atthe Opportunity lit Harrodsburg Herald One of the most sensible men we have met in many days dropped into our office yesterday from the Dugansville neighborhood We were running our paper off and noticing the hustling qualities of our merchants in the advertising line he said You cant have tbo many ads in your paper to suit me and I read every one you have in every issue Your pa per Only costs me a dollar a year and I know my wife arid I made over a hun died dollars by watching and reading the advertisements Besides I made 50 from a sheep ad I saw in the Her ald It does ones heartgood to meet ajlevelheaded man like this Guilty of Manslaughter William Darragh the chauffeur who killed thirteenyearold Ingevaard Trim bell a Covington Kentucky lad in islew York City on the 27th ot March last while speeding his automobile through the streets was convicted of manslaughter last Week and given a maximum sentence of twenty years in prison Young Tumble was on a visit tohisuncle in New York City when he was run over by an automobile and in stantly killed while playing on the streets in that city Darragh the chauffeur was indicted and tried on a charge ofjnurder in the first degree Several jurors were in favor of convicting him for murder but at the end of two hours argument by their fellow jurors wer won over to a verdict on manslaughter Darraghs attorneys will not asfcfor a new trial and he will begin serving his term at once t r tS v lriceRapier t Mr and Mrs C L Price have an- nOuncedthe ngagernentof their daug ter Myrtle Cathryn to Mr Jess pw son Rapier of Bards town TheyE d ng will take place the latter part o this month at St Dominies church The bride to be is amongst the most popular of Springfield Vgirls and is a young lady possessed not only of gre t physical beauty but of many ocial charms Mr Rapier is U Soung business man of Bardstqwn being cohQec ted with the firm of Rapier Mann tn the Furniture and tlndertakinprbusines and stands very highly in his Qm munity i Death of Alfred Smith Mr Paul Alfred Smith died at the home of his parents Mr and Mr Frank Smith in Bardstown on Thur day evenfhg June 3 1909 afteranilj ness of several weeks of stoma trouble He was in his 26th year and issur yived by his father and mother three sisters and seven brothers Funeral services were conducted at St Josephs Catholic Church by Rev C J OConnel at 9 A M Saturday June 5 with Requiem High Mass 10 terment in St Joseph cemetery Deceased Was a brother of the proprietor of The Springfield Sun OFFICIAL RpPOR Made by Postmaster W A Wa ers of Number of Pieces of Mail Received ani De red on Ruraliiv Routes4 Postmaster W A Waters has give to The Sun 8 statement showing thee tensive mail service carried on by the rural free routes of this county There are now in operation in this county 5 routes each of which has a daily dehy sry According to the report made by Mr Waters the number of packages b f nail delivered in March April and May ire as follows Route No 1 20339 Route No 2 131L7 Route No 3 18 581 Route No 4 12407 Route No 5 10309 The pieces of mail received are as ollows Route No 1 4066 Route No2 2322 Route No 3 3777 Jbute No 4 2708 Route No 5 2429 Total amount of mail handled Rout to 1 24405 Route No 215319 Route No3 22348 Route No4 15 115 Route No 5 12744 Money order ipplications 184 It is the dutytf the carriers to report to the postmaster the position of the mail boxes and he in turn shall report to the authorities at Washington Tc the people On the rural routes we therefore take this means of stating to them the requirements of the postoffice department that their boxes must be in t the regulation places Death Follows Accident Marion Falcon Mr Lafe Harmon tlon of Mrj W A Harmon of the Pope Creek neighborhood died at Bloomington Ill Saturday afternoon at 4 oc1ock Mr JIarmon had been living near Bloomington for about three months and Saturday morning was on a passenger train bQund for that city In attempting to get off the train he tore it stopped he was thrown violent ly to the ground his head near the base of the brain striking some hard substance causing his death in a few ours The remains arrived in this city londay morning and were taken to the under kinJ establishment of Bosley The funeral services and in Iterment was at Ryder cemetery that being conducted by Rev John Powar Deceased was nineteen year ot age won mannered and possessed of a kind viar disposition The sympathy of many friends is extended tothe be saved ones Stung for 15 Years by Indigestions pazigsying many doctors and 20000 worth of medicine in vain B F Ayscue of Inglesde N CL at last used Dr Kings New Life Pills and writes they wholly cured him They cure Constipation Biliousness t 8ick Headache Stomach Liver Kid neyand Bowel troubles 25c at Haydon Robertson y LYNCHED AT- FRANKEQRI 1 9 John Maxe a negro Hanged By Angry Mob John Maxey the negro who shot ad probably fatally wounded Bert C BOW- er one of the main men with the Howe circus list night was taken from the county jail this morning at 230 oclock by a mob and hanged on the brie passing over the Kentucky river from the north to the South Side of this city The hanging was done by a mob ot seventyfive or eighty men who wers closely masked and the identity qf thElparticipants is unknown The mob was several hours in forming Following thit shooting of Bower which evidently waa unprovoked men stood in groupa 00 the street corners The mob overpowered Jailer Bridges took the keys from him took Maxey from thg jail in his undershirt put a rope around his neck and led him to the bridge There they swung him upV and then shot him tp dlaith Maxey knew that his time had leand heprayed with the members of th mob to give him a chance The negro raid y OhLordie hiteinengiverapo- negroa chance The only response that came back to the negros pleading was You didnt give Bower a chanebSand shot him for nothing U The negro was swung up so cloae to an iron pole of the bridge that he kept v dodging and climbing1 around it There were thirtyfive or forty shotsSfired Some of them were Joud and some supptessed but the mob was not f long in making short work of thenegro and it would have dispersed so quietly that the lynching would not have been known had it notbeen that the shots had to be fired in killing the nei b The members of the mob were ma k edso that the faces of none of h n could be distinguished and it is proba ble that none of them will ever Be known Immediately after the JcilluHT 5f the negro the mob left andthreW minutes after it was over there waiioSone to be seen on the street NEW PRODUCT tlfalfa Wheat WiM Revokitionizt vf the Grain Market I r A remarkable story comes ffOmaha that threatens to make tW yjieat market stand on its hind lIwith excitement if it isever confirmed It is said that Creightori University ex eriments have recently been made yith Alfalfa as a substitute for tW kild of grains in the making ofbred The experiments are reported as prey mg eminently successful and the qoaK ity of bread resulting most palatable and nutritious The alfalfa is especial iy selected for its quality and after tlwt leaves and portions pf the stems have been ground in a mill it is bolted Frhm tlis process comes a meal almost asfine8flour and of a rich brown color By means of a bleaching prpceea it is finally brought to a creamy tints filch in the loaf that is baked present a most pleasing and appetizing appear ance Vareties ofeatables including gems pancakes and other familiar compositions of white flour hayebeeIL lade roorthe new meal with gratify ing results to the student dIscoverers 7hen it is remembered that two three andeyen four crops of alfalfa may be grownlin a single year the pOssibI1jtjesJ5 of this new food product will be real zed Gentlemen like Mr Patten who attempt to corn r the wheat market W1n npw find themselvesfacedwith a rival and substitute that may render alt their efforts abortive Hitherto alfalfa has been looked upon simply as a most aluable crop for cattle food Ifthe Ireighton University Alfalfa Club lakes good on its alleged discovery it will have marked a new epoch and dded to the worlds food supply a prac ically inexhaus source upon which to draw Looking Ones- Its Best a womans delight to Ip6k her best but pimples skin eruptions sores and boils rob life of joy Buck 1 ns Arnica Salve cures them j mikes the skin soft and velvety It glorifum the face Cures Pimples Sore Eyft ColQ Sores LIPS ChappKl HandS Try it Infallible for Pileib26a t Haydon Robertsons L t iiit i 7Y ww + w TT I 0t 7 a I J 2 4THESPRINGFIELD SUNt WESNESDAY JUNE 9 1909 h I GLASSESI i 1 JEWEL WATCHES IN I We can Suit You ijf Everything in the Jewelry Line = s ED RUSSELL Ht EMMANOSTDGK f A 0 Hems of Interest to and Live t Raisers pfbe farmer who turns off a good Rinch ot hogs each year can always z t credit at the bank if he wants it For orchards select red gravelly land containing iron lime and potash IMS gltfes your iffuTt nine color theyftwme meal mlo a mash andfed warm Jf iL A short bodied sheep is Iten heaviec and will produce more 4 wool than ene that looks to be tnuch ger catjtI9 raeHjfDoA Of all domestic animals on the arm the sheep has the power to appropriate e most ted and give for said feedthe- jeatest return It seems to be generally agreed that jiimmer pruning is advisable for trees t lia6 are developing too rapid ly Irun i in June is said to greatly increase Irie apple crop mil you know that many farmers iv Sa17eJ1qw making muchmore on the amount of moneyinvestecHn bees titan their husbands are making on an equal amOunt invested in land or live v stock iOhe of tie best foods for little chicks m weet milk either skimmed or whole rfsC Sffir milk ia also a very satisfactory iotb t should not be alternated with sweet milL Feed the birds always with awL or else always use the sour fherwise some disturbance of the Qi gtestiv organs Hens two years old and over should Se fed just enough to satisfy them and ats the same time have them apparently relish every mouthful they obtain In that way they willinot become too fat lay welL Just as soon as a hen ber CqIBep fat enough to appeir lazy just then her usefulness ends as an egg pro hcer A ton load of ordinary barn manure contains ten pounds of nitrogen two Jttnds of acid and ten unds of potash besides some less im jwrtant elecrients and is worth in the neighljbrhoodfv 2 50 When we put ten ioads of this on an acre we expend fertilizer worth more than 25 That light to bring a good crop fever set young trees among old and decaying ones It will be almost im We have just brought on the Greatest Line of Spectacles in Central Kentucky All the lat jststYle Glasses and +any style Rirfis We can furnish you with ethe bes Kpade ot goods- at +the Lowest Prices GrJElE4T BARGAINS 21 M farmers ckand Poultry shortlegged mayresult phosphoric possible to keep the worms from de stroying them it is more profitable to put your ounprchardsome distance from the old one When yourteam has nothing else to do haul manure from the city Manure- Is the talisman of success in gardening Dont stop short of 20 loads to the acre If you can put on 50 or 100 loads so much the better A Jerseyman makeS use pf kites to protect his young chickens from hawks He keeps several large box kites flying above his chickens the hawks take no chances erwith such uncanny Yardlaild Hfegot the idea from noticini hawks took to the woods boy was airing his newfangled box kite Of course young poultry likeSuq Shine But when the hot Tune sunshine comes the late hatched chicks and tur keys may get too much of it unless you provide d shade for them to retire to If they could talk they might quote Mark Twaias reply to the dozen Mor tp nwot1eri who were beseeching him to marry them1 and when he refused asked if he did not like marriage He replied Yes but Its the muchness of jtthat I obje t to Jv ne is the r j busy month for lice and mites in the poultry quarters An ounce of prevenatiye is worth a ton of cure Dont them get a start Lice are not fond Jean quarters Cleanliness Is the let prescription for lice prevention you hav not already done s o the inside of the house a good coat whitewash strongly Imctured Wlthrrbollcac A c en lm n Rural World suggests the following cure for sheepkilling dogs rattier than poisoning them and thus offending your neighbor He says The next man who wants a remedy for she pkllliJig curs should get a box of big fish hooks and some copper wire bind them in bunches of three tight so they will hook in three directions Split a pieeoffresh meat incddW at er and fried bacon in warm weather insert this bunch of- hOOkSlinit ar d drop them carelessly around the past ire or corral In a few days the curs will stay at home About the sirriplest and most effective remedy for killing cabbage worms is strong black pepper On a small patch take the kitchen pepper box which usuallV lets out the pepper freely ana dust the cabbage heads and leaves freely with it It is probably most effective If done in the early morning while the dew is still on the c bb georaf ter a rain For a very large patch some other plan should he instituted as ap plying the pepper with a box would be tedious Sun and times 350 HfiHitfiHittoe I 1 Coupon books now on sale fForCASII Only fit 500 1000 and 12000 tpound coupon books for sale at ten prcent nlscountcy ir4tBuy a book and save money on your Ice thfs summer ftc 44 Springfied Water and 2 Light Co + H + I + a t 1 EXCIIANGEJO IXeER1TS Sayings and Doings of the Press T s t Large Resignation is a virtue but persuasion is an art Louisville Herald It naturally follows that lithe sub jtt is dropped the discussion Is broker up Philosopher Rye N Y in spite of its nme went dry We have TIO anxiety about Bourbon county Louisville Times Just because a man lives like a lord it is no sign that he isnt as mean as the devil Hdpkinsville Kentuckian MondyCourtBut the oer shadowing feature of all Was that whopper new spring hat SRelbyvilUj Sentinelr A normal boy has a much greater horror for the scrubbing brush than the rawhiideNew Xork Press You lookswetenoughto eat he said And 1 do three times a day she replied Cleveland Leader f It hardly seems probable that a man should suffer from corns on a wooden leg but if it is made of oak would it not be natural that there should be acorn on lt London Punch When the bride with tearful eyes saiduDearest Towser has eaten the supper I cooked forypu1 he soothing yanswereduDjnt cry pet Tilt kills him Twill get you another little dog Pittsburg Press t The old selfbinder will soon come out And sing a few sweet stanzas And the college graduate will shout And hit the trail for Kansas Bourbon Stock Journal Pennsylvania Is throwing a few fits because a girl In that State possesses thg power to charm a goose Weve seen Kentucky girls do that stunt many a time rOweifsboro Enquirer The benefits the consumer will out of a tariff revised by a Payne Under t direction of a Cannon could be- thrustinto a gnats eye without making the insect wmk Bryans Commoner According to the Houston Texas Chronicle scientists predict that the Niagara Falls will go dry in 300 years If it waits that long it will be the only wet place on the Globe unless the drys I suddenly lose their grip Louisville Post f v Cheerfulness is as natural to the heart ot nan in strong health as glow to the chdk Wherever there If ha bitual gloom thele must be either bad air unwholesome food improperly se vere labor or erring habits Of life + Success Ma jazine t When I long for sainted memories Like angel troopftthey come When I fold my arms to ponder On the old old nome To that sweet spot forever As tosome hallowed dome Lifes pilgrim bends his vision To the old old home Mrs Nannie Pierc Nashville 4StF One of the smallKbpys in our town had overstepped the boundaHof prc priety had been told that he must be whipped and was asked by his daddy whether he or hid niOther shoula use the switch when the boy repliedHI dislike to show favortism you and mama had better settle the matter between you by limping a coin7 Bir mingham AgeHerald How little we know of each otheiv How are we misjudged by each How much that is highest and noblest Can find no expression in speech Judge not for the trial the temptation The motive and heart are unknown Judge not tor unseen is the battle Fought out in silence alone of our hearts is a beauty IIneach had but eyes and would see is storehouse ot treasure And love is its magical key From UptoDate rmJourrial L General Grant lived the life of a commqnb6y in a contmqn house on the banks of the Oho rivefuntil hewas 17 years f age Abe Lincoln lived in a log catini in Kentucky till he was 21 yfears old James Buchanorifwas born ina Bmall town in the Alleghaney mountains where his father cut the logs and built his own house Andrew Johnson was apprenticed to a tailor at thc age flO by his widowed mother t U + ILative for Women Frte There is a great difference in the purposes to which a laxative should by put Tablets and pills salts etc are usually violent purgatives or powerf onlyathougntheymove the bowels and if a gentle laxativeTrilV do it what Is the use of aTvfolent- one Dr Caldwelirs Syrup Pepsin has earned awfllaeserved vogue among women and folks people who must takeItmtttedly the greatest stomach liver and peopleLiThe drugciwrneaInsuchlikeshort time will rove the trouble en tirely so that future medication will be upthethat they act naturally again That this is so is the experience of many heads of families like Mrs Brannan of Alvarado Va Mrs K L Stout of Louisville Ky and numerous others la fact way out In Williams Calt as Mrs JE Blackmore of that place writes the whore town seems to be using It If the remedy is new to you and you want to make a trial of It before buying send your name to the doctors address as below and a free test bottle will be sent you Then if results are satisfactory you can buy It of your druggist- If there is anything about your ailment that you dont Stunderstand or if you want advice write to the doctor arid he win answer you fully There is no charge fort this service The address Is Dr W B Caldw lt 500 Cafdwell bldg Monticello Ill Tnr sala by The Red Croaa Drug Store and as he was never able to attend school ffe picked up all the education he ever got James A Garfield was born in a log cabin and worked on a farm and at the carpenters trade The Classmate Hctws This We offer One HundredDollars Reward for case ot Catarrh that cannot b cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Tpledo We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the past fitteen years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm WALDING KINNAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucuous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75c per bot tie Sold by all druggists Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Polly of the Circus Continued from page 3 Wen what are you goln to do about IU asked Strong when he could trust himself to spenk again 1 shall do what Is best for Miss Pol ly said the prfstor quietly but firmly lie turned away to show that the Interview was at an end Strong fol lowed him Douglas pointed to the gate with a meaning not to be mis taken Good afternoon deacon Strong hesitated He looked at the pastor then at the gate then at the pastor again Ill golfhe8houted utltnlnl the end Ire slammed the gate behind him Quite so qilite so chirped Elver son not having the sllgliteat idea of what he was saying He saw the frigid expression on the pastors fncet he coughed behind his hat and fol lowed Strong Continued next week H ill j Scab Cuts Sores on all Live Stock- DESTROYS ALL DISEASE GERMS I KILLS ALL KINDS OF LICEAND PARASITES Wrtfave Stock Cures Marine Red Crossr ffiLsoiJ r iJ RA G 0 OD i ft CLOTHES FOR care 7 best without slowing it in the 1 price They wear so much longer that the slight advance over unidentifiedrj i Jf cheaplybuilt clothes doesnt at air coyer t the saving they bring rx tOne X2M222D suit will survive more OJ 1 handling than two average suits ft I i it tf Every pair of XTRAGPOD kneepants fe t t linedall through This not only means ecti ilendurance but also extrafullness and grace tojaJ degree not to be found in clothes that x tillXTRAGQOD The Rob rtsonC1yJooke Cc Incorporated FSore Nipples Any mother who has had experience with this distressing ailment will be pleased to know that a cure maY be ef fected by applying ChajnberlauVs Salve as soon as the child Is done nursing Wip it off with a soft cloth beforfal lowing the babe o nurse any nurses use this salve with best results For sale by The Leo Haydon Drug Co f Rheumatismt Do you want to get rid of itI ifso take Dr Miles Nervine modified as di rcetedin pamphlet around bottle In addition to the propertiesithasa on the nervous system by which the rheumatic pains are controlled and asfuredItof this painful disease some of them after years I of suffering If it will youricated write lis for advice it costs you nothing and may save you 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because we caa huYtha under guarantee that any shipment found to be utwati factory can be returned at the shipper ezpwMe That means no chance of our having poor seed in tock Doesnt that make GOLD MEDA1 SEEDS s pretty good proposition for yoxi IJ MTrent Willisburf IKy YC 1 4- J a 1 LtL CHAPTER IX OUG LAS was turning toward D the hquse when the Widow Wllloughby came through the wicker gate to the left of ihk parsonage carrying bunting for the I Asocial She was followed Miss Per skins with a bucket of pickleSjwhlch Mandy promptly placed on top of Mrs Elversons Ice cream The women exjl plained that they had come to put the finishing touches to the decorations If anything war needed to Increase vMaridys dislike of the widow it was this announcement Mrs Wyioughby was greatly wor lied because her children had not been home since the afternoon school session Upon hearing that they were fwJth Polly she plainly showed her dis dlspatchedYandy annoyedhim V onthejparcels for the social J i Strong led the way He alwas led Elversonwhatexcitedly as they neared the parson age for Strong disapproved of the re cent changes which the pastor had made in the church service He and Douglas had clashed more than once since the fcaseballargument and the deacon had realized more and more that he had met a will quite as strong ms his own His failure to bend the parson tobls way of thinking was hisIhlndfrom exclaimdisagreement with Douglas his temp ruffled for the day Polly was utterly unconscious of thTe unfriendly glances cast in her direction ts she came running into the garden r leading the widows two children whorWas the gate beggingthatya little longer She was making up a Willielf My children do not play in promis cuous games saId the widow Icily uOhbut this isnt proPolly stammered Its a new game You put two here and two here and I dont care to know The widow turned away and pretended to talk to Julia Oh gasped Polly stunned by the widows rebuff She stood with bowed dead in the center of the circle Thee blood flew from her cheeks then she turned to go Douglas stepped quickly to her side Wait k minute the said She paused All eyes were them Is this a game that grownupsI can jPlart YlYy S 06 course Good Then Ill make up your set 1 need a little amusement just now Excuse the he added turning to the deacons Then he ran with her out through the trees The deacons and the women stared Tat each other aghast Well what do you think of that i said Mrs Willoughby as the flying skirts of the girl and the black figure Of the mann disappeared up the path i I think Its scandalous if you are talking to me said Miss Perkins The Idea of a full grown parson arunnm off to play childrensil + amejj with a circus rldin girl She Isnt such a child sneered Julia rllts enough to make folks talk put lookjAn me awaltin to discuss the new church service bellowed Strong JAnd me awaiting to give him Mrsk l Elversons message piped Elverson toThe church bore all this In sltonce so long as that fir1 was sick snapped Miss Perkins But now shes perfect lYJreJLa1j5ijll han jlng on No wonder folks are talking t0Whos talkin thundered Strongi Didnt you know simpered Mrsr jyilloughby not knowing herself not dung so long as the suspicion greyjr lj Know what yelled ta excited ieacon Mra Wllloujjbfoy flountrerea Miss Perkins rushed into the breach Well If I was deacon of this church it seems to me Id know something about wVats gbfng oh In It What is goInon r shrieked the now desperate deacon The women looked at film pityingly exchanged knowing glances hen shook their heads at his hopeless stu pidity Strong was not accustomed to Grit icism He prided himself upon his acuteness and was above all vain about his connection with the church He looked from one woman to theroth er He was seething with helgjess i rage The little deacon at t coughed nerypusiy Strongs pentup r wrath exploded Why didnt you telj ume Elverson that people was atalk 1lhv be roared In tile frightened mans ear r iEiverson sputtpred and stammered= 7 gft notlijnff tt jnie of the J i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WE t6 e1f I CU BY ARMRTAYO f COpiIUGBrt ay DODD ME aAND COHrANI 3fy cJiildrefi do not yldy in promtecu O1lsyaims said the widow icily sounds so Strong again turned to Miss Perkins What Is goft1QJ1J he demanded The spinster shrugged her shoulders and lifted her eyes heavenward know Ing thai nothing could so mndden the deacon as this mysterious Inference of things top terrible to mention She was right Strong uttered a desperate Bab and began pacing up and down the garden with reckless strides Mrs Willoughby Watched him with secret deilghtand wfien he came ton halt she wriggled to his side with simpering sweetness What could folks say she ask d- A minister and a young circus girl iliving here like this with no one to Bhe found no words at this point and j troIgpow thoroughly roused de clared that the congregation should iave np further cause for gossip and went out quickly in search of Douglas When Strong was gone Elverson looked at the set faces of the women Jtnd attempted a weak apology for the pastor I dare say the young man was very lonely very before she ameu PerkInsIWell If he was lonely I didnt know It The deacon excused himself nerv 1 nslv and went to join Strong TDe women gathered their bunt- Ings and retired with bland smiles tot Sunday school room feeling that had accomplished enough for the time being Strong and Elverson crossed the yiard still In search of the pastor 1hey turned at the sound of fluttering leaves npd beheld Douglatf hatless tearing down the path Sttng called t him but Douplas darted dtilckly be Mnd the hedge The deacons looked at one nl1 therln speechless astonish ment Presently the silence was broken by the distant voice of pony counting trom one to It hundred The secret was out The pastor a leader of the church was playing hide and seek Mr Douglas shouted Strong when his breath had returned Hush hush whispered Douglas lopklng OTer t e hedge He peeped cautiously about him then came to ward the men Jwlth a sigh of relief TIway fltil bt a good thing fo you if she ndvejr comes bck said Strong and Dpuglas quick ear caught an unpleas ant meaning In his tone hVl ts that the pastor asked In a low steady vole e We dont like some of the things that are goln on here and T want to talk you about era- jlery well but see if you cant talk in Reyrkever t the key shout ed jstrong angrily iBut I do mind Something in bis e ek made the deacon lower his voice uiVe wan t to know how much longer thai girl is goln to stay here Indeed And whvT The color was leaving Douglas face arid his jaw was tecbralng very square Because shes been here long enough therefeUyou got to froii echoed Douglas IIes slrebeb Weve tnade up our minds to that And wfco do you mean by rwe The member of this copgregatlon replied Strong impatiently I to understand that you are pe4king for them There was r deen frown between the young pastor He was beginning to be perplexed Yesf and as deacon of this church Ophen as deacon of this church you tell the congregation for me that that Is my affair Your affairshouted Strong when that girl Isllvin under the churchs roof satin the churchs bread Just one moment You dont quit- EunderstaPdI am minister of this chch and for itlt position I receive or yam Npposed to receive a salary to livcon and thleparsanage rent free t 4l e Anj gueatg thaU may have lierclari my guests and npj guests of y the church Remember that please Tbere was an embarrassing silence The deacons recalled that the pastors salary was slightly In arrears Elver son coughed meekly Strongstarted You keep out of this Elverson he erred Im runnin this affair ndI aint forgettin my duty nor the par sonsl X I shall endeavor Tto domy duty as I see It answered Douglas turning away and dismissing the matter Your duty is to your church thun dered Strong Youre right 4bout that Deacon Strong answered Douglns wheeling about sharply and my duty to the church Is reason enough for my acting exactly as I am doingju this case Vis your duty to the church the only reason you keep that girl here No there are other reasons I thought so Youve heard her storyyou must have heard She was left with me by an old clown who belonged in the cir cus where she worked before he died he asked m6 to look after her She has no one else I shall certainly do so That was when she was hurt Shes well now and able to go back where she cause from Do you expect us to have our young folks assocIatin with gIrlI the pastor with a pitying look you think this child is unfit for your homes because she was once In a circus For some rea son circus to you spells crime You caUyourse1ta Christian Deacon Strong and yet you insist that I send a good innocent girl back to a life which you say is sinful Im ashamed of you Strong Im ashamed of you That talk dont do no good with me roared Strong He was desperate at b lng accused of an un Christian at titudeI t askin you to send her back tot e circus I dont care where you sendt her Get her away from here that is all Not so long as she wishes to stay You wont Strong saw that he must try a new attack He tame close to Douglas and spoke with a marked Insinuation MIf you was a friend td the girl you wouldnt want the whole congregation apolntiu fingers at her What do you mean- I 1 mean that youre Irvin here alone with her and it looks bad bad for the gIrl and bad for you and folks is talkie Are you trying to tell me that my people are evil minded enough to think that I Douglas stopped He could not frame the question il dont be- lIeve it he concluded shortly Youll be made to believe It if you dont get rid of fha girl Do you believe It1 He turned upon the little man at his side DO you believe it Elversoq Elverson bad been so accustomed to Strong monopolizing the conversation that he had become hopelessly lost as the discussion went Hkar the sudden appeal to him all but paralyzed his power of speech He Was still gur u YtLrttratrt8TI tcd Strpng when that the chwcha bread I gllug and sputtering when Strong Interrupted Impatiently It makes no difference whether we believe it or not Were gobi to do our duty by the church and that girl must leave or Or I must Douglas pieced out Strongs phrase for himself That threat doesnt frighten me at all deacon After what you have said should refuse to remain in this churchthe deacon stepped forward eagerly were It not that I realize more than evar before how much you need me how much you ignorant nar rqw minded creatyres need to be taught the meaning of true OfirbUa- nltyJrcbe deacon was plainly disappointed rl8Jt possible gasped Elverson weakly l r Continued en page 2 t t DNESDAY JUNE 9 1909 ONLY siP- ER YEAR ONLY 81PER YEAR o 3 y GREATAG BARGAIN MADE BY THE SUN 610 FORSli 25 t Fromr now and until the ffret of July The Sun will offer the following subscription bargain HOME liD FARM Uf The greatest agriculture newspaper 6f tnVS uih tttoREGULAR iRIQP One Yeart 1liv50c THE SUM p i 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pUTeI909Fuli anil Ctmp4 a E for Tile Xvc inK Post at a cost of 5OOt j ilTheTJilePOrl ra its of allHhe Kentucky Governors some of them very rareosetht onlypicture qf its kind in r hStatccof piTJ1cCoats of Arms and Mass A Is v gverto HjMerrcal JCen from formation ol Mate to J loot A Hleter iall Dkectary KeMrek Jg esidciItlaTVotc1State Olhciats Area pad popqtaUpJlU S of or tucky Douse c arid Railroad ommrssioiter3LDietrk ta Dea- ocratk and Rty4tDlaa State Central Comteit tees aad State Executive Committees Senatorial FROM Districts Covatiesof Kentucky when made aad t frem TvfcatCcmatie Area ai Potilatloaa gtattstks bf the Panama Cna Great alces r Hawaiian Islands Porto Rico Alaska Philip e pines Area and pulalio of Stales and Cojm tiaItries rheOrid State and Ihose ad OV 1he1tveninA Jf t Kentuc Gb y vest FREE to those w = 1 l fotttlie eaIuforOneYcarA I Mon at tOO by Mail ThiS p those who cannot get The Evening d lvered I Wc1JIthe i the AIMS at sacrIwre 71 Io THE l1tY f SPECIAL E AND THE EVENIpt PKT d1 S s f i I d 4 J THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 9 i90Q I SPRINGFIELD SlfN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY OTpSgRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance 1L L SMITH Editor and Publisher fctered at the postoffice atSpringfield IKyY for transmission mails as secondclass matter T RYS OF SUBSCRIPTION Yeart fLOO ThreeMonths 25 f 00 Democratic TIcktt CIRCUIT JUDGE I H Thurman COMMONWEALTHS ATJOJWEY C H Hill of Marion County REPRESENTATIVE D Graham COUNTY JUDGE B L Litsey COUNTY CLERK W F Booker CLERKRobt Noe ICouNTY ATTORNEYT Scott Mayes SHERIFFS J Anderson SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT J W Bush JAiLER GeoD Catlett ASSESSOR W T Mitchell 9CoRONER Dr WE Crume SURVEYOR Wm G Roberts Under the heading Johnson of Ken tucky the Dayton 0 Daily News prints an editorial concerning Hon Ben Johnson of this district wfiich is here with reproduced Ben ohnson of Kentucky is one of the picturesque characters in congress Incidentally he will probably be the Chairman of the national Democratic congressional committee in the next campaign and he is almost certain to be the Democratic candidate for JovI rnor of bis state this fall He ISime of the quiet men who has come to the front by reason of the force of his character rather than through advertising There were not a great many Dem rabin Kentucky who were no fdrawn into the fight for or against exGov ernor Be khain during the stormy days when that young man was holding the center of the political stage But Ben Johnson was one of them He liyed in the exGovernors tbwn Bardstowh and he was friendly with Beckh4n but Johnson never enthuses over anything or anybody That is one of his peculiar ities cHe is one of the most quiet men of c congress He seldom talks and for that reason when he does the members listen to him When everybody elseis mad and reason isz giving away to pas Jiiori wheii there must be one sane man to save the day that man is Ben John flon When men get into disputes and neither will believe the other they Ieaye 1ttobim and he decides in a Iword And nobody ever disputes Ben John sons ordno one ever questions a statefnntthat he makes either upon the flq0r of congress or elsewhere If Hen Johnson were to tell that he had just returned i1audiencl moon yrybody who knows believe it1 and there would be no further discussion upon the subject A mans comparatively wealthy of deep Jearning and much traveled with a wide range of Experience in politics and business Johnson is as unassuming and mbdestvas a wellbred child He dttracts no attention by reason of his belsouguBut there is probably not amaninj congress who is more loved than this quiet unassuming mans Everyone wh comes in contact with hiirn loves him But it would not do to be too affectionate with him You can not flatter him there something about him that leads you to believe that he Would not hear you compliment him You must sit by him and look at him andttquestion- him and get a cirect pleasant reply that you can depend upon VAfter you have known Ben Johnson for about ten years and think you know every feature of his character and everything that he has done in his life you fiiid that there is something you did not know before You begin explaining to him all about Panama and the work on the a1You have known him for some and never heard of his being down there You proceed to tell him what ought to be done down there and so on And then he tells you that hfe found the same thing to be true when he was there and in a few words he mattes it plain to you that howevr much you may know about Panama he knows a great deal more You are surprised that he had never mentionedto you before that he spent a good deal of time down there That is one of the agreeable things about the fellow he is always surprising you with his knowledge If the Democrats are so fortunate as to secure the services ol Johnson in managing their congressional cam paigns next year the Republicans wll have more to do than they have ever had He knows the United States like a book and the various congressional districts down to the precincts He wpuld be of untold value to the party in that capacity and he would perfect in a weett such an organization that would keep the opponents busy through out the campaign But whether he is induced to accept the place or not or whether he makes the race tor gover nor of Kentucky this country will hear a great deal of Ben Johnson in the next tew years J Total Eclipse frAccording to Irl R Hicks a ttaI eclipse of the sun is due on June 17 The eclipse will begin about 6 a m and will be so complete that entire darkness will prevail and chickens will go to root The new moon will appear on that date and will travel right along with the sun nearly all day appearing as a brightitt1ering Chamberlains Cough Remedy the Best on the Market ChamberIainsCoughRem the market says E W Tardy editor of The Sentinel Galnsbptop Tennu HOur baby l colds the past winter and Chamberlains Cough Remedy afe at once and cured lwaYSgaVeltrehef always recommend presents itself For sale by The Leo Haydon Drug Co v I I Tobacco Hopheads I t r We sire preparing to fur nish the trade tobacco Hogsheads this year We assure food manufacture and prompt service Re member this when you g6 = Ip buy Let us Take Your Order I IIWe are prepared to mend your roof or Ito sell you a new one at the lowest prices Flooring and Ceiling We ai prepared to furnish you with all kinds of Flooring and Ceiling Let us put you in a nice new flpor in place of thatold rough wornout one Wt will Gompttt with the wind on Prictt SJJtingfieldLumber Co J H1of Dr G1 Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY VAll Dental Work Strictly First class SpringfieldKyDfflcein HaRon Block up stairs Local News Notes Rey J A Sims will preachat the Hillsboro church the third Sunday of this month at 10 oclock GRE4T BARGAINS My entire stock of jjliliinery at and below cost Buy pow save money Miss WILLIE KNOTT S M Campbell reports county court day at Lebanon Monday as being very dullonly a small lot ot stock on the market and only a few people oh hand Ten Ladies Spring Suits to close at cost See them Grundy Mclntire FOR SALE Two Jersey heifers Due to calves in three to six weeks THURMAN PETERS If you want strong healthy chickens and turkeys feed them Enterprise Poul try Powders Positively cures gapes Sold by HAYDON ROBERTSON a On account of the absence of Bro Williams there will be no preaching at the Baptist church nqxt Sunday morn mg The regular Snnday night services will be held at the usual hour REDUCED PRICEsOn my entire stock oJL Millinery Prices slaughtered regardless of cost Miss Willie Knott Carpets and Mattings at Grundy Mclntire Buy Rapid Shine Stove Polish 5c per box JOE A SHADER For Brown doubleshovel plows five plow cultivators fourteent oth Harrows Disc Harrows Tobacco Setters and American Fence call on A C KIMBALL r Ladies Wash Shirts 100 to 250 Grundy Mclntire t Use Kentucky Star Flour to bak your Cake and make Biscuits Its light pure white and healthful Buggies and Wagons for sale by A Co Kimball ocklofMillinery Greatest bargains of the season Miss WILLIE KNOTT p ESTRAY On May 20 a blank male hog strayed on my place near rexs Owner may have same by paying for keeping and thIS local JVC GORDON SAY Your Buggy needs Painting See A C Kimball at old Casey Shop on Maui street- Buy the RG Corsets at Grundy Mclntire NOTIcEThe public is hereby noti fled that the Teser VOIP and grounds of the Springfield Water and Light Co are posted and that anyone caught fishing or trespassing on the premises without a ticket will be prosecuted to the full est extent of the law H B MCELROY Supt FOR SALEOne firstclass second hand upright Fisher piano Will sell reasonable For further information call on ED M RUSSELL t t Try Kentucky Star Flolir Itsmade like grandfather usedtomake it S FOR SALiA latestmodel No 5 Oliver typewriter This machine is in hrslclass condition having been used only three months for further par ticulars arid terms apply atthisoffice XSoiNG FISHING Peraons desirmffto pxirchase season tickets to fish in the Reservoir can do so cheaper this year than ever before Season tickets on sale at 300 with the privilege of haY ing your wifes name or anyone of your family put oft the ticket for 100 extri Single tickets 50c Buy a season ticket at Ed M Russells Jewelry store and save money See our 50c Shirts they look like 1 shirts Grundy Melntire Kentucky Star Flour Best made l wofnaninders and manage business for New York Mall 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 1 SSS1SISSfI4SIr To S op- Here II SSS Iel Why Not Save Money JUST RECEIVED NEW LINE I in f 0V new in INCORPORATED iS J In trying to break a fine young mare last week Mr Duke Goodloe suffered quite a loss She was hitched to the cart and when upon being reined up she fell and broke her neck The colt was well bred and very valuable The Ladies Aid Society of the Chris tian church will serve raspberries at the Court House The date will be an nounced later Jhe Society will also serve the usual dirner on County Court in October Childrens Day will be observed at Freedohi church next Sunday Rev W H Williams Prof Colvin and others from this place have been invited to speak Dinner will be served on the ground Everybody invited to attend Judge Jas R Noe won the prize of 3 offered by the Red Cross drug store last Saturday to the one holding the ticket fixing the time nearest to tbatat which the 7 day clock stopped At John L Barbers Albert Hamil ton won first prize of 2and Chas Mc lntire the second of 1 Waship ton Chapter No 27 It A M meet in stated Masonic HaUSpringfieldKy Monday June 14th at 730 P Workin M- Al and P M Degrees Companions of this and neighboring Chapters cor iallyinvited to be present Visitors alwa s welcome Altho the weatherwas very unfayor able quite a number attended the lawn fete at the Grupdy Home lastThifrE day Aside from the exercises a de lightful repast was served and all who were present greatly enjoyed the oc cacion Oriv Saturday night a two act comedy drama Bob ff will be presented to the theatre goers at1tfle Springfield Opera of Mjsses Margie Graham and Frances Martin Miss Grahams art class will present the operetta entitled J The Flower Nymphs Surprise Plenty of good music furnished Miss Martins music class Specialties by the pupils Try Kentucky Star Flour So good Stomach Troubles Many remarkable cures ot stoma h troubles have been effected by Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets One man who had spent ovcirttwo thou sand dollars for medicine and treatment was cured by a few boxes of these tablets Price 25 cents Samples free at fTh 2 Leo Haydon Drug Co e el Ie J Prices Always Lowest S SISSjSiS SS Quality Guar anteed siiSi t NoShodd Ladies Washj SuitsA tL S The Newest Cuts 5 to S12t The Suit 7 Special Cut Prices 9 A of Ladies Panama Skirts IN BLACKS AND COLORS Ask to see these bargains we can mtyiu meneyir I Special good things Ladies Shirt Waists Out Prices in Mens and Boys Clothing lL Daily Reeeivihg things Summer Goods t t ROBERTSONCLAYBROOKB GO SPRIN8FIELD KENTUCKY SISLSIS1S1S SSSISISS1SiSISsSipSsSISiS1SISiSISSsS convocation m t JPei Hduseunder- direction Lot ICrop Report 4 3CommisIS10ncr day gave out the departments monthly bulletin of crop conditiops in Kentucky The department is keeping very closely in touch with the farmers of the Stat The report June 1 says There has been a very large amount of rairifall during the month of hindering the farmers greatly in1their work The condition of wheat has shown a considerable tendency toward improve ment over last month and with weather favorable will make a fair yield Corn planting has about all been fin ished except in several sections where the rainfall has been very reatA larger acreageysvill be planted and more attention to this crop will be given than in many years Much rain has been favorable to those that had their ground prepared for tobacco setting Many say that much ground is not ready antt on account of 2Jmuch rain there is a large peiicent not planted There is also some com plaint about plants being scarce Oats are looking well and promise to be a larger crop than for the past few years- Alfalfa is doing well and making a splendid yield bqt the weather is not good for ciJting the first crop There is not enough sunshine to cure it should be The price of alfalfa rangesI from 1250 tol per ton and with such conditions as these we think the pedple plant more each year for there is feedingtqualities than any other hay grown Clover is looking well and wilj make a finecrop with favorable weather The prospects for a good fruit crop are not as good asv they were last month HoVses are very high prices ranging trom 125 to 150 and hard to buy at that Mules are not as many in number jas they were at this time last year and are very high Prices range from 150 to 200fCattle are not so high prices ranging from thre cents to four and onehalf cents per pound Sheep are doing very well prices from fourand onehalf to six cents per pound Hogs are high prices ranging from six to eight cents per pond There is very little or no complaint of any dis ease among then The prices of poultry and egg have been higher for the last year and are still hIgher than ever known beforeat this time of year prices of eggs rang iis 1 er cl1al1dise J ing from seyenteen to twenty cents per dozen and hens and chickens from twelve to twentyfivecents per pound There are good prospects for a good berry crop There is a full crop of blackberry blooms and others in proportion Hemp is looking well prices good ranging from five to six and onehalf cents per pound P Archbishop Spalding at Lebanon t J Lebanon Ky June 7The Most Rev John Lancaster Spalding late Bishop of Peoria Ill and recently pro moted by Pope Pius X to the rank of Archbishop reached here today and immediately went to the home of his sister Mrs Kate Spalding on the Springfield turnpike two miles from l this city where he will spend most of the summer The Archbishop who suffered a paralytic stroke tour years ago is much improved in health since the cares of his uiocese have been transferred to another However he is not in robust health He has an attendant and walks with a cane It has been the custom of Dr Spalding to call upon his old friends inLeb hon and Marion county whenever he comes to this place and he will follow this cue tom this summer Among the first persons he calls upon is former Gov J Proctor Knott who has been His friend since bavhood They were both born near each other in this town and are very fond of each other The people of Lebanon are very proud of the fact that the Pope has made an Archbishop of Dr Spalding and they believe he Archbishopwas ed here to day and went immediately to the home of his sister which is the old homestead of the family It uade lightCully secluded spot Th Arc biht pt has another sister Mrs Putnam living Iin the city of Lebanon and he spds part of his vacation with her butilie prefers the quiet of the country J No name shines brighter in theannate of the Catholic church in America than that o John Lancaster Spalding born in this Old town June 2 1840 His work has been writ large in the Catholic Church of the United States The Spaldings are an old English Catholic family trom Lancashire where Sptld ing Abbey founded in the middle ages still stands as a monument to their devotedness to the church For two hun dred and sixty years the numerous branches of the family naye been cin spicuous in the development of MAry land arid Kentucky J 7 The Suii andCoirierJournai riQ 4A c v 1 t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 9 1909 ScSSISiSiSsSiStS SISSiSiSiSsSSsS siOl S t PUBLIC sALE1 r QF I Town Property f For the purpose of settling the estate of the late- R Y McElroy we will sell to the highest bidder on I Saturday June 19th At 2 OClpck Pm The Residence andt Warehouse Building t In Springfield Ky opposite R C Boblitts Livery Stable t Terms easy and made known on day of sale J RY McElroys Heirs SSSsSSsSlSSISSSSsS SSOSISIS1SIS SYCAMORE VALLEY 1 Farmers are very busy at present lie recent showers have made weeds grow very fast Mrs J M Shields has been visiting her daughter Mrs JCjayid Haines at tILitfie Mount Spencer county the past week Miss Zelma Mcllyoy of St Catharine spent a few days at home last week Mr and Mrs Will Bowles spent Sun day with the latters parents at Mack ville Sundayschool Is progressing nicely at this place Mrs John Crow and brother Steve Scott were at Rock Bridge Saturday 4afternoon Mrs A T Bailey and son John Henry visited at Texas Saturday night and Sunday Rev A G Pinkston filled his regular appointment at Hillsboro Sunday Mr and MrsB P Prather spent Sunday afternoon with Mr and Mrs J PSutherlandMiss ott of Polin spent Sat urday night and Sunday with her sister Mrs John Grow- Memorial services will be held fat the the first Satu speakIerscordially invited to attend Mr WiH Gaines and sister Miss Julia of Taylorsviltei were the pleasant guests of the Misses Inmans last Sat urday and Sunday Mrs Will Mathely who has been on the sick list for the past week is Im jproving at this writing Mr James Settles is on the sick list J D Sutherland sold several fat sheep to A L Litsey at 4 cents pet pound 1 Rev and MrsWE Sutherland of Buffalo are1 visiting their parents this week v Mr and Mrs Hill Hardin two daughters and son were the pleasant guests of Mr and Mrs Lonnie Noel Sunday t James Sutton and family of Thomp sbnVllle visited Mrs Buttons parents at this place Sunday The remains of Miss Wilham Were taken to Hillsboro cemetery Tuesday intermentMesdames Will Bowles and J D Sutherland spent Monday afternoon withMrs Will Mathelev HAPPY HOLLOW rjLiSeveral weeks ago we published at the bottom of this correspondent that part Of the letter was omitted on account of the devil pying the type and signed it Ed We are informed some of the people of theHappy Hollow vicinity misunderstood the little piece and thought we were throwing slurs We did not intend to offend anyone simply trying to elcplain to our corre spondent why all the items she sent us were not printed We used the I words the devil pied the type mean ing that we dropped it on the floor and did not have time to set it again Every printing office has what they call the devilthe boy who runs errands and cleans upand can do so much damage in a printing office that he is christened with that nameVe hope 1ur friends will understand now and will not be offended as we have always made a of trying not to offend anyone Respectfully H L Smith Mr Edward Hanby and wife spent Saturday and Sunday with the family of Mr Virgil Hanby of near Scruggs Ville Mr Arch Colvin and family spent Sunday with the famijy of Mr Solomon I KaysMr Milton Shields of near Pulliam spent Sunday and Mondav with his son MrJ M Shields of this place Mr Shelton Montgomery and Miss ElizaScott spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs John Crow Mr Coulter and family spent Sunday with Mrs Nancy ScottcMr Gilbeit Cheaher of near Polin was in our midst Saturday aHheHilLsboroMrs Mary Hines and daughter Agnes passed through our midst Sunday enroute to Springfield Mr Erastus Perkins and family spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr John Armstrong and family Mrs J M Shields and two children spent from Monday until Friday vrith her daughter Mrs Dave Hines of near Taylors ville MrJ S Sutton and family spent Tuesday with MrJ W Settles nil family The Messrs of near Wi lis sisterMrsPLEASANT GROVE Mr Litsey f Adams and Mi4sEmma Adams of Harrodsburg are visiting relatives here MX Harvey Sweeney of Louisyillc after having spent a few days with his GrundyiRomeP Thompson Little Wm Lewis Litsey has been with his grandparents Judge and Mrs B L Litsey for seyeral Jays Mr Lapsley Ewing and children of Louisville are expected at the home of MrsL M Gregory this week Mrs Frank Yankey and Davidson Reed are at home frorn State College where they attended school Mr J S Yankey and sons attended the commencement exercises at StatS College Mr ifankey s son A G was member of the graduating class Mr A B Rue of Harrodsburg spent Friday with Dr and Mrs Hopper Mts M W Hyatt and sons spent several days recently with Mr and Mrs J R Durrett Quite a good crowd from hereattend- ed the Lawn Fete at Grundy Home Thursday evening Mr and Mrs D R Litsey spent Sin day night with Mr Litseys parents here Little Lucille Noe of Springfield spent several days with her grandpar ents Mr and Mrs S C Vanarsdale t Mrs Bp Lake and Mrs Chas Rob ertson spent Wednesday at the home of Mr S P1 Thompson Mrs Hopper entertained the following young people Monday evening at 6 oclock dinner Misses Mabel Thomp son Lavinia OConnor and Susie Ed gertonj Messrs W J Martin KP Haynes and Davidson Reed Mr and Mrs Dan Kelly and children were at the home ot JR Reed Sunday s 1 fAIR VIEW Erastus Yates is home fJom New Mexico Mrs Jas Truax and two little daugh ters Mary and Tressie and Mrs Thos Boggess dined with Mrs Will Sweeney Fridaytliardesty and wife visited ter Mrs L W Hays a part of last week Mrs JasJ Truax daughters and her mother and Mrs Boggess dined with Mrs J N H Oliver Tuesday Mr and Mrs FT M Carney and daughters Julia and Myrtle attended church at Willisburg Sunday Bert Cheatham and family yisited his father Saturday night Mrs Fred Cheatham and daughterl Eva were in town shopping Thursday Our farmers haye been very busy setting tobacco this week Mr arid Mrs E W Yocum and two children visited relatives at Willisburg Saturday night and Sunday Rev Hamilton will preach at New Hove Saturday afternoon arid Sunday morning I t PLAIN WAISTS WORN COMFORT AND PRACTICAL WEAR IN THE MODELS Varying Materials Are Employed This SeasonLittle Change In the t StylesTFit of the Corset an Important PoInt tSo many shirtwaists are being b6ughf and made and there is still such demarid for the smarter old bod Ice that there seems no likelihood of these useful garments being shelved In the near utute All sorts of dainty wash textures turn out Jhe ev rYday garment while for skirts suitably elegant the finer ones cannot be too ex quisite But lovely as these last arc it is the more modest thing which is tpQst needed The plain stylish shirtwaist with thei coat and skirt gown Vhich goes with it represents the rest notch for comfort and practical wears and in the wardrobe of the summer girl will be seen a number of models the materials in these ranging from boardlike linens to the finest textures The body portion of the practical shirts differs little from those long see Many models show the old Gibson shoulder plaits the breast poctet and plain French back while the front tucking and fitted backs of otb r familiar styles aVe still favored It in in the sleeves thattbe greatest changes are being made and though not hearjy so close as those of dressier waists the sleeves of the favored shirtwaist are decidedly small Thejenormously high stocks are alSO giving way to a large extent to stiff linen collars and turndown ones of linen muslin and embroidery which are most becoming to a youthful throat Everywhere these stylish waists give delightfullhlnts to the expert needlewoman for handembroideries handrun tucks and drawn threads distinguish the majority indeed the girl handy at her seam will dowel as you might say In the shirtwaist paradise this summer but many of genUeartoutside bib gates- Immaculate neatness Is ihdlspensa ble forthese wash garmentjand that means numbers and numbs mean timeiforrthe work so the homesewer should look at once to her summer supply of waists The quantities of material needed seem small as com pared with those required by former mo elsand the snug fit and little sleeves do much to suggest the slim ness at present so desirable In fact hough a shirtwaist model is scarcely the one to advise for a stout womans bodice even the overslzed shirtwaist can be made to suggest a good figure The style and fit of the corset is an important factor in air good results and as the newest corsets are low at the bust it is often necessary to wear a support here Upon the belting of the shirtwaist much also depends 86 remember that a narrow belt gives always a slimmer effect than a wide one Crocheted Buttons One of the useful lines of buttons is th one In which Irish crochet figures Many such buttons are made by hand alia considering this fact are surpris ingly low in price At the figure t atone can buy them it is worth while for few women to make them for themselves as some persons have been doing Among these readymade buttons are tiny ones of strong quality and big ones with loose petal effects There are also braided and knotted cotton soutache buttons X j Perfumed Shoes The newest idea in extravagant dressing is a perfumed shoe tree which lends fragrance to the house slipper The wood is cut into long slits or has a hole bored in the center into which the perfume is poured These are put into satin suede and bronze slippers lt is rather safe to say that the idea will be widely taken up A little ammonia In tepid water will soften and cleanse the skin Perspiring hands are an evidence of nervousness It Is good to bathe them often with white wine vinegar afterward dusting them with powder of orris root Persons suffering with such annoyance should dust their gloves with powdered chalk Physicians clam that sleep Is more refreshing in a darkened room here fore It is best to have inside shades of dark green Holland Under the ordin ary shades These are more easily adjusted than blinds It is well to ac custom chlldre from infancy to sleep In tim dark Let a woman who has been working r all the morning over the countless de tails of housekeeping put on her hat and go out for a brisk walk If it is only for 15 minutes It will do her un told goodher head will b clearer and her heart lighter Time thus taken Is notwasted but the best kind of an investment as she will find she can do much more in the long run I Tc = IW jSPJUNGFIELD TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT Pain or Danger All Done in this office is first andJustasJ3 6vor McEIroy t Senders Grocery r ccicgoo 0 O 000 Q Q tP rsonal Notes0 O 0 S Visitors In and Out ofTownA a Round UD of the Weeks p Personal NeWs II a 000 1 0eo 0 ooa en Mrs Janie Willett and daughter Miss Willie Knott are visiting Mr ard Mrs Irvine Wimsatt of Louisville Mr JohnF Knott is visiting rela tives in Louisville Mrs H A Grinstead and5 little son left Monday for Denver Cola to spend the summer with relatives Miss Ollie Morton of Louisville will arrive the lat er part of the week for a vjsit to Miss Mayme Donnelly Mr Leo Haydon attended the fu neral of Mr Alfred Smith atBards town Saturday Miss Gertrude Shader left Monday for Danville where she will visit friends for several weeks Miss Mary SallieCarrico is spend irg seyeralweeks with friends in Meade county Mrs J L Wharton and daughter Miss Kate are yisiting Mrs Whartons sister Mrs George Fetter of LOUIS vilie Misses Eunice ONan and Annie McElroy will leave the latter fpart of the week for Danville to visit Miss Lillian Anderson Mr and Mrs VVE Greene are in Bloomfield today Mis s Nanme Rapier of Bardstown spent Sunday and Monday with Miss Nell Greene Mr H M Grundy is in Louisville this weekIMiss Rodman Thurman who has been attending school at Scieneb Hill has returned home Mr and Mrs J K Pettus and children have returned from a visit to rela tives at Lancaster fMrs Kate Williams Is In Louisyille for a few days Mr Ben Medley of Owensboro is visiting at the home of his father Mr Geo E Medley Mr W S Gibbs of Shelby ville is in town on business this week MrsE MMiHercand little daugh ter of New Rope are visiting relatives here Mr and Mrs D R Litsey have been spending several days Inn nv1l1E Mrjs J W Riedel and children are visiting friends and relatives in Louis yule Mr Litsey Adams and Miss Emma Adams of Harrodsburg have been vis iting relatives here Emma the little daughter of Mr and Mrk JC Shader is quite ill p Mr Harvey Sweeney of Louisville who hips been visiting relatives here has returned home MrC W Noe and daughter Lu cille are visiting Mrs Will Daisy of Louisville i Mrs W W Rayhas returned from- a visit to relatives at Bloomfield Mrs Ardis BrownandMiss Frances Martin are visiting friends in Danville this week Mrs Chas McEIroy Mrs J S McEIroy Sr Mrs W C McChordand Miss Annie McChord are in Danville this week visiting friends and attending the commencement exercises of Central University Miss Emily Talbbttof Sardstown who attends school at St Catharine spent the weekend with Miss Bertha Haydon Misses Virginia and Nan Goodloe are visiting relatives in Louisville Mrs Hughes of Bloomlield spent Monday with Mrs W W Ray Miss Mabel Williams is visiting her grandmother Mrs Connor at Freder icktown Mrs J K Leahy of Louisville is the guest of her daughter Mrs W E Leachman Miss Fannie Smith has returned from a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs J R Smith of Bloomfieldr Mr T J Nally of near Bardstown is here to see his wife who Is seriously ill at the home of her daughter Mrs Ella Montgomery Prof B E Coomes and Mr Fred Clark of Bardstown were here on bur- in Tuesday J nsws iI jt n f f J t IIJ June Clearance SaleA- ll t T TRIMMED arid Untrimmed Hats Flowers Ribbons OSTRicH PLUMES Shirt Waists Pet ticpats SKIRTS fiose 7Net Vests will be sold I At and below Cost for 10 Days NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY MRS WILLIAMS i Mr and Mrs Edwin Smith of Bloomfield spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Fielder Smith Mrt James c Cheschief of Ft Scott Kans t is visiting her mother Mrs Mollie Mayes f Mr S M Gamnbell is in Indian apolis this week attending the Auction eers Convention which meets In that city Master Oscar Campbell is inindian apolis this week visiting his sister and brothers Mr and Mrs P J Thomas are visiting Mr and Mrs John Wigginton of Spencer county this week MrN G Marks is in Louisyalle this week Dr W W Ray who was called to Hayana Cuba last week because of Suebag fering from a nervous breakdown and was left at the Beechhurst Sanitarium near Louisville p VALLEY MILL Each week We endeavor to fillfour regular puce in the Suns bright col urns yet e so many little items that missthoerear no one lEfts it be known until it becomes too Nobody wishes to read staIr news Please tell us all the news Peyton Briggs and sons haye pur atfM6oresville1st 1910 We regret to loose Mr Briggs estimable amilyiyet they will be welcomed at Mooresville where they are so well known- T CM Tatum our genial merchant returned to his home at this place Thursday after several days outing on the Big Beech William Derringer Jr whois taking a Theological Course Is atJhome for the summer vacation Mr Samuel Tucker has been suffering severely during the past few weeks from muscular rheumatism He is better at this writing Loyd Calvin of Springfield visited relatives In this section last weekend Rev Hamilton closed a very impressive two weeks meeting at this place Friday evening A large crowdwas present at the closing sermon Our report o Croake Fitz having shipped a car load of lambs from this place last week was erroneous How ever we were misinformed in this instance as they shipped from Spring field to Jersey City Mr a B Leachman of Pleasant Grove was in our midst Friday Mr and Mrs Peyton Briggs were in Mooresville Wednesday on business Mr and Mrs Lucien Pinkston of the Orphanage visited relatives at Litsey Sunday Mr and Mrs Benedict Janes of near here dined with M Reed and wife Sun day Messrs Will and Harry Grigsby ta very valuable mule last week iwa effects of distemper T Mr Tatum says fishing was fine latweekandthe water was in ex ei1condition His party was composed Jas Hunter a conductor on the LaN together with several friends friLouisville They returned home SatJday lr i Mrs Thomas Baker of PleUlliilltIGrove visited Mrs SE Piles of tStplace Sunday and Moiidav X Hughey Hardm of Botland wa ourraidst SundayLMiss has returnedii her home in Springfield after an a tended visit to Miss Pearl Goatley Mff d this place Rev and Mrs A C Pmkston win eour midst Sunday Rev Pinkrti filled his appointment at the homeff T A Tatum A large crowd present as usual F L D Oscar Walker visited ftMndb at Science Hall Sunday The boys at this place will meet afc the store on SsturdayforthepDrpel ofvorgamzing a base ball club Thau are several good players here Mft doubtless a good team canbe gotteaaiipL All those interested ila tom teawt i come out its or janizatiar Corn fS anda1istm and t iinned tkm week we ks aheaf of last year Much tobaco has a- Jilt been hoedSQ far our farmerd am ahead I Rev Hamilton who has been holdup a series of meetings here bptiSed aot received into the church Tuesday fiwi new members The Valley Hill patcheduptea played a good game of baseball at Fredencksburg Saturday The scorn was 32 in favor of the opposing teaM Several from this place attended tM s baseball game at High School Parkjiiirj i Springfield Saturday = tU Student Ends Life t Russellville Ky June 2 Despontf ent because he was behind with life board and did not have clothes gdal enough for the commencement wed which begun today Essel Sisk sixteck years old of Dixon Ky a student rBethel College committed suicide iyi snooping himself through the head He was the son of Rev F G SSisk aBaj tist evangelist of Dixon Ky Protect Your families Wt1 Life Insurance F7 t We can furnish you with Insur nee that is selfsupporting incese of tots disability and QUl 20 year contracts guaranteed to pay out in 15 fear YOU intend to purchase Life Sicall on Leo Haydon or Lee representing the Southern National Lg Insurance Co E T WIGGINTON General Agent What About That Visftor1 x When a visitor rushes in on you unexpected or for your Sunday Dinner or any old day when you want a food Dessert for your dinner call us and order some Ice Cream Strawberries Cakes Rolls Pies Fruits 7 In fact anything you want We have them and are always glad to serve you v r Try our Cream Bread its delicious ti These hot and sultry days when you want somethiiy Cool and Refreshing t Visit out SodaFountainTry some Fresh StraWberries with your Su- ndaeKatieHert1einBr t jJJTTTTT J f I N if J 5 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 9 1909 i I 1 CJ ha f FIEEiiil t I 2 tPaDers J FOR r PRICE OF t l F ft Subscribe Today f POP WAS TAKING IT ALL IN probability That Bullying Lawyer i Would Have Good Cause to Re flret His Outburst Jk fresh young lawyer had the In sane Idea that bplldod a ss- J brought about the best resultsHe was the defendants attorney in an important case end naturally was anxious to win One of the witnesses i for the plaintiff was a youngster of perhaps sixteen years of age redo keaded had a pugnacious hang to his Jaw And as he took his seat in thee witness chair he gazed about courtroom las if he felt perfectly at home Then the young lawyer got at kIm q Whats your name 1 bellowed the = xpon6nt of Blackstone i Bill was the quiet response Bill what 1 o repeatedthebolNowjsee dont E=get new I want your naniand quick too Again what is it I oBUl WattJtht is IL Do you want me to whistle it saucily replied the youngster Oh I seeyour name Is Watt Watt ehsafd the lawyer as the audience grinned Youre on spoke the boy Now Bill Watt pay strict atten lion to the nuestioh Im going to ask I- fhe= Kentucky Farlner I A WEEKLY JOURNAL REPRESENTATIVE OF AND DEVOTED TO THE AGRICULTURAL AND LIVE STOCK INTEREST OF KENTUCKY AND THE SOUTH GiVen Away Absolutely Free for Three Months TO SUBSCRIBERS PAYING IN ADVANCEt AND TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS TO THE SPRINGFIELD SUN = Thej1i oneyear and the Kentucky Farmer Three months for the price of the Sun1 iAs a special inducement to all those in arrears to pay up and to new subscribers we will have mailed Ito them FREE for THREE MONTHS THE KENTUCKY FARMER a live and uptodate weekly Journal published at Louisville This will give you your home paper tor one year ahdla farm paper for three months for the price of the home1 paper alone Thisioffer is OPEN TO ALLnew subscribers or renewals rwhopay Cash in advance 7 y wi rtstrvt the right to withdraw this offer hnJdatqn subscribing or renewing ask for tills paper 1 Send Chick Paper Monty or Postoffict Monty Order and take advantage of this offer x The Springfield SunSpringfield Ky you Listen Isnt It true that you have catorCome sometimes been called a prevari I again was the HI 1Aexplained the attorneyr Well I guess Im not one of those prevaricator thingsnot by a long t shot Youve got the wrong child old scout saucily remarked the red head Very well replied the lawyer We will let that pass But now isnt it true that your father never brought you up in a proper manner Isnt it true that he was rather shiftless never works and makes your mother take in wishing and Say you you The boy tried hard to get the words in And iSnt It true continued the lawyer that he is in fact a sort ol a loafer and a Hold on Hold on there cried the boy this time so everybody could hear him Whats the use of askin me them questions Why dont you ask pop hisselfrhes slttln over thereon th juryt tIWHEN YOU mi prfatia wutuotpr1at yet Mad we is aid at tie rigbt prices Qive tke kemetBrtatertki suurekaace yet wemli ak fer the hens Hcrckamt =trade at km s T t WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL Henry WatUrson Editor t Is a national Newspaper Democratic in CZl T politics It pnti ta all the news without r Sz fear or rThe regular price is 100 = r a year but you can t the WEEKLY 1I GOURIER JOURNAL andrThESUN BOTH ONE YEAR FOR Iyr t r J i 7iF f 50 ai F 1f you wlllgive or s r to this r paper nol to the dourrrdalac + Da0 CounerJburrfal oneyeaf 5 600 r Sqn1layCourierJOijrnalpne year 13- 200 = e can gjive yjOU acomtihation cut rate= 1 4n DallY or Sunday it you will wntee tlfils == rJ L 1 paper iI dn i i1 i Nlf1VBIlOOK M FARM 4hL etr Dont turn the cows out on the grass In poor condition Lime the soir where you are going to grow spinach It will grow better Keep close watch on the ewes udder at the first a nd see that the teats are not clogged Sell your best heifers and you will soon come to the realization that your herd deteriorating Colic in horses is often caused by working too hard and then making aI change in the feed x r1Infixing thebed for the hog atr rowing time have the litter cut short and do not have too much of it In the spring is the right time to look to the drains and see that the ac cumulations of the winter hake not clogged them tip If the mangers are deep there is danger tha t old feed willlodgeat the bottom adcaUsea filthy condition Keep them cleaned out The advantage of the hand separator on the farm is that it saves hauling the milk to the creamery and back and gives nice sweet skim milk for the use of the stock Locate the calf pen where the sun shine can strike them Of tentimes the gloomiest part of the stable Is selected as the place to keep them But this is a mistake Plant a few trees around the house if there is a lack of them flow Ina few years you will not only have shade but will find that the appearance of the place has been improvedI Remember the spring work Is the hardest of the year and the horses least able ioenUure ItFor this rea son pe considerate of them See that the frequentlyaWood ashes lnfjilLjhQurdbe kept where the b gltcaD get tIt especial Q rith tbwycunlr soWAwhichyou == f are going to use for breeding rue ashes supply the element of potash for bone making i The spring weather with Its cold rains andj sharp winds Is the most try Ing of the year Remember the stock at this time Give them the shelter they need Undue exposure will take money right out of your pocket j This is why the early lamb Is the more profitable It will shed its teeth in the summer or early fall it will Make a good start to resist the stomach worm it will be easier to winter the first year and will be more active Teachthe sheep to follow Never deal roughly with the flock Never run them Gentle handling will make them tractable and an occasional nibble of salt from your hand will make them eager to follow you wherever you go- The method of testing seed corn has been told so often that It seems hardly necessary to repeat it and yet there are always thqse who do not remember and would like to be told again It Is very important that the corn you propose using be tested There are various methods of keeping track of the corn being tested but a very on venient way has been suggested by a correspondent of a farm journal whose plan Is as follows 1lfaka strong box about three inches deep and long and wide enough to fit un der the kitchen stove Then take plastering laths and make a latticework like the sections of an egg prate 14 rows with 22 sections in a row I sift and mosten some soil or sand and fill up these sections evenly slightly packing it down On one section place three kernels from different parts of one ear Repeat with other ears and sections tine row of se UJons is full carefully laying the eats somewhere in a row to correspond with the sections U put four or five rows of ears on top of each other by laying strips of old oilcloth between the rows to keep the ears in place After the rows of sections are aU full and the kernels are slightly pressed down Into the soil I lay on a tightly stretched wet cloth being careful not to disturb the kernels On this 1 lay another cloth arid cover the latter with soil about half an 4nc4i deep packing it down carefully all aroun to exclude air For the sake of clean llness I put another cloth on top and sprinkle water on thisabout two quarts dally Our stove is npt equallj warm all around so I turn the box each day In five or six days the corn will have sprouted sufficiently to see what It will do and you can easily see which ears to throw out Theres a manicutTo defeat the mail order throat mleth t this community buaineiItcolumns will give your business the publicity yu metd H ClubbIng 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etlngbouse a soit peep from the head of the stairs Tommy is that you Sure says I were you looking for some one else Come on up says sis theres a lot doing a minute says I I located the Icewater tank and Imbibed generously Then with some difficulty I as ended to the upper deck The proud and happy author of my belngandthe publisher of the same kindotaspiashactI drowned jSis was skylarking ajround the main cabin Ina mosquito netting she called a bathgown and tle fond and dutiful parents were Ukevltseattlred Thomas says the governor tit is three 4 clock and you may as well spend the rest of the evening profit ably We are all much wearied with unaccustomed exertion Wfth this ie hands me a pail The citys reservoir was backing up into our tub and the family was dipping ltoQtand pouring it into the 0 t SWeelJ the Dust Off the Lake Says Sarcastically washbowl I could see what would happen if we didnt ball it outthe ranch would float down the street in about two ho rsby the clock The more I balled the less good itdhL I took about 97 pails of water out of that tiding and it was no Joke either as my roof was full of bats from the evenings merriment u Who found it aSks I ClcIesays sis When I got ready to lit the sheets I came in here for my evenings swim and found the tub filled up of Its own accord I blew the the whistle and piped all hands on deck Of course that wasnt her exact language but its the idea- I balled for two hours straight wlthsls encouraging me and begging me to omit mutilating the English The hinge on my back got rusty and my brain cells began to work See here says ltOSISTyou bail a while Im going after a plumber or some thing t Plumber scoffed sis what plumber would come out here at halt past lour on a Sunday morning tttltUb live by the time that I pipe his nobs says I arid plumbers ought to be up early even if Jtls Sunday morning The early bird catches the worm Moneyll bring him and he can look to the governor for it tAU right says sis TJl ball Willie we went on talklng the tup flIledtselfagalnThe water rose in distinct jerks or tides and I couldnt seem to make any headway sis Said that when I had a good start shed yell for help and get the rest of the family at It again They d been sleep ing now for two hours net Well I hiked off down the avenue without the slightest notion of the plumber quar ter I woke up a druggist who cussed me good and plenty and then some tOIlookthe door In my map without giving me- a look at his sainted book Then J piped a jay to port rolling towards me and as he looked respectable 1 flagged him Kind sir saysI can you put me wise to a pipe specialist Sis he Young man I dont understand you Iamalhtoat doctor myself That don tfllf the specification says 1 tl dont want a bacteria sharp only a lelpipe doctor t toC says he and he located a joint for me where thfr plumber slept over ills office JIs there a night bell says liDonnJffaY8 he Youll have to 4r ip I picked up aibrlnk to rap with a and set sail I made more noise than one of those steam organs I pounded and rapped until I was horse then a drowsy voice asked from the inside Did some wan rapT Some wan did says I T want a plumber double quick Whit for asks the voice to to sweep the dust off the lake says I sarcastically Come out I need a plumber After a long discussion Inside the plumberhimself condescended to speak to me I cant wurruck on Sonday says he Its aginlst aI rules of me unions UCUnloq be smothered says Ilfive people are drowning Its twenty for you if you will come and save our lives ttIll come sSyshecfer the sake iv the errand iv mercy He wanted to stoke the sugar first but I told him that my filthy lucre was in my other vest on the piano so he hooked up his kit and we started He went to sleep four or five times on the way but we finally made the harbor and dropped anchor On deck there was no change in the scenery Author publisher and sis were still bailing when I introduced the plumber Thomas says the governor you are a credit to the family Sis flew the coop on account of not being dressed for company U How long have you been doing this asks the plumber u Since lip mlastli p mJ says the governor mopping his marble brow Why didnt ye put In the plug lay a brick on top ivit and go to bed asks the plumber u NeVer thought ot it says I feel higfQoIlfh The plumber got his kit nu screwed the trap of the washbowl and gave something a push to the right Yer trap was stopped up says he and that sent the water to the tub TIs the same water says hecYe can see how soiled It is from balling it so frequent Wouldnt thatget your goat Wed been transferring the same water all night inJm the tub 4o the bowl and back again jGiye me the twenty says the plumber 1 Not on your tintype says the governor getting red The young buck promised it saya the plumber otherwise I wouldnt YmeAll right says the governorydu shall annex it Itll come out of your allowance Thomas UI let the man lItandhe says theentfytlllI Ijfteellnggrouchy Im going to early mass says he to praise God fer me brains Top b th mornin to yer honortCheap No name for it I felt like a bargaincounter shirt that had been marked down to 59 cents Food of the Forefathers Judging from a passage in karri sons Description of Brlt lnbreaK fast eating In the sixteenth century Herrtoforemqre time spent in eating and drink Ing than commontIs in these days for wh had breakfasts In fOrenoonthe beverages or nun tlons afler dinner and thereto reare Sjuiipers when it was time to go tor rest now these old repasts thanked be God are verie well left and ech pnje except here and there some young hungfie stomach that cannot fast till dinner time cpnteriteth him self with dinner and supper onile T The nobilitler gentrie and students ordln rUle go to dinner at 11 before noon and to supper at five or between five and six at afternoon The merchants dineand sup seldom before especialieinat high noon and slip at seven or uight but out of the tearme in our universities the scholars 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in a few days to at- tmI college large crowd attended S M Camp fells auction sale here Saturday- Miss UnaPeasler of Rose Hill is the iaest of Mrs Archie Sweeney f Mr Tom Dunn and sister Mrs Smith were the guests of their moth r at Lan kier Saturday and Sunday r JMrs Sue Shewmaker and Mrs FJQr Haydon were in Springfield Mon shopping Mr Robert Cull was the guest ol his tberffJt Cull Saturday and Sun Y t Mr R R Ishairi was In J ouisville- fcesday On business J t Mr and Mrs JW Walter ttehded ifce circus at Harrodsburg Monday c Mr and Mrs J D Sweeneyhave flirned to their home at Stafford alter slew days visit with relatives MrH Hattie Milton and Miss Mae HfSiydbn were in Eerryville Saturday tSunday Visiting Mrs George War dena ilr John Haydon sold elevenlambs liifr tL B Reterfor 65 jr Ill V TEXAS jJ f Mr WiielmPeterson was atVine feove a few days last week on busi j1rissaattie Arnold spent Thursday 0tin one of the party of Springfield Jijfys and girls who attended the Lawn Tete at the Grundy Home Thursday feriing WIr Leslie Purdom is ill with typhoid iferen KeV R L Purdom of Springfield shere Thursday Mr John Arnold and sister Ada at liKted the homecoming at Perryville 3mne 2 which was given by Mrs Grif Jeii Theywer former pupils of Mrs ffenffen f ejW IL Williams and Miss J nnie Ichman1of Springfield were enter Mined at supper Friday evening by Mrs It L Arnold I Mr and Mrs Tom Bai1Pyof lulls Bpro were guests of tie latters par f ts Mr and Mrs H J C anougher Jiiiturday and Sonday 7Mrs Effie Buck returned to her home Perry ville Sunday after a weeks fit to Mrs W D Purdom- I Miss Bertha Hay spent last weeK with her uncle Mr Geo Hays of Leb II8I1 fMr Willie RoWe attended the party jrren at the home of Mr GW Young Saturday night lir C F Kimberlin was in Perry ville JSwiday Shr W T Barnett and wite of Mack ffnfile were guests of the latter s parts Mr and Mrs Jacob Kimberlin t7esday Jiiss Iva Litsey of near Lebanon ins the guest of Miss Ida Cocanpugher TJKjrsday night Mrs Paulma Hare is very in at this writing Miss Ruthie West of Springfield is Jte guest other grandparents Mr and an C F Adkinson Mrs Lee Cochran of Lebanon was ie guest of relatives here one day last eekaMrs Nancy Cocanougher of Long Kim isthe guest of relatives bere 111rJonas Rogers of near Spring ieW was the guest of Mr C B rope fcnday 9 cHr R L Arnold was in Harrods jprg Monday The Maccabees of Texas tent met Tvesday night lip tMr Stanley 4 Sj A Foxy Kentuckian I f = Tashlnffton June 2 Represerita five Gushman was talking on the Jum j kr tariff and a Kentucky member in ierrupted M0hl replied Cushman the gentle Han comes from the glorIous State of Mucky which produces the best whisky the fastest horses and the most ifeautifml women Bjjjt what does he jinvYr about this Im told they make 1 whisky there so good that they have to Kindf old the m selves before they drink j because If they saw it it would make iTheir mouths water and that would it4hedrink iMfr Stanleot Kentucky was on Jiisfeettoi reply Sir be said Kentucky is justly Ijfowd Ot its horses its whisky and its wnten But it pays a tax of 110 a gaflen on its whisky and pays it gJadly jtte horsesaare being put out of business as fast aa antiracing laws will do it and as tOits women why sir I jvant to JaY that Kentucky will never appeal ik protection fonts women so longas angels in heaven dont angage in a Sieauty contest among themselves And then Mr Cushman went right on cJ t 1 4 I ROOFING IIINow is the time for that tin roof you wanton We can furnish you all kinds of fi f iI Tin iron Paper1 0 orf 1 Ruberoid Roofing From SI to 8350 per Square If your roof is indeed of Ret T pairsbeure to see us WE GUARANTEE ALL OUR WORK Plumbing aSpecialty We also carry the Best Line in Town of Buildups Hardware and Farmers Tools t r If you are needing a EWING MACHINE be sure to call on us before buying Make Our Store Your Headquarters Hatchett Anderson Spr1ngfieIdS UKentucky talking about lumber stopping occa sonally to pick a sliver out of biI1selfI DIP CREEK Haying seen nothirifrom our vicini ty through the columns of The Sun for sometime I thought 1 would scribe down some items this week and as Deep Creek is behind with other cor ttoity is to be complimented upon what a good correspondent it has to represent it Since my last letter which appeared in The Sun several weeks ago there has been lots of sickness and one deat has occurred The account of the de parted ones death will be found else where in the paper Among tnose on the sick list are Mrs Melia Elliott and Mr JohnnieBesttMr George Martin and Mrs Laura Best Who have been on an extended yisit to relatives and friends in Stan ford havereturIled1Messrs John H Jr Woodaie B and Win Grover Elliott were in Lexington on business the first of the ieekaMr and Mrs Geo Elliott were guests of the latters mother and sinter and Monday SundayI Your correspondent in co her father had the pleasure of visiting friends in Danville last w fek and attending the commencement exercises at the Kentucky School for the Deal which were rendered much to the credit and satisfaction of the officers of the school We all his friends afid old neighbors met at Beech Grovethe first Sunday June 6 to pay our last resoects too r old friend and brother MT Harvey Lawson who departed this life last mouth and whose home had been her e until four years ag 3 The house was crowded to its utmost capacity witn sympathizing friend 4who hadcomo from near and far to hear the last words spokenof the parted rother Rev H P Hatchett o Tatham rings pastor of the church in a most beauti ful manner preached the funeral ser mon The departed brother united with agoIheclosed his eves in deaths embaceat- the age of eightysi When funeral services were over ill came forward and gave the pastor their hand in mean ory of the departed brother Mr Henry Bradley pf Boyle county paid his sister Mrs Johnnie Elliott and family a visit Sunday Mr and Mrs James Wilkerson and children of Texas who came to attend Mr Lawson funeral Sunday were guests of Mrs Wilkersons parents Mr and Mrs W H Elliott Mr John W Elliott who has been limping around for the past two weeks on accountof stepping ona- iovinghicelyat nail is im presenlr J Little Reed T Carpenter spent Wed nesday and Thursday with his grand parents Mr and Mrs J HEllottSr In the death of Mrs Lizzie Elliott who departed this life May29 the vicinity loses a faithful friend and the church a devoted and faithful member hewasa member of the Methudist church at Wesley Chapel having united with it early in life and had found it happiness and bliss to serve her LorxV She was always hanpiest when she could do right for the good cause Salvation She was a sufferer of the dreaded disease consumption She leaves a husband three children father mother and several sisters and brothers to mourn their loss Husband and loved Ones mourn not for her for she has gone to glory where she has been relieved of her sufferings arid stands ready to welcome those she left behind A loved friend and neighbor has been Taken away from our sight And whose face we no longer Should behold upon the earth JL When death snatched her in its fond embrace f Not a word of sorrow did she murmer But with almost a smile Did she look up at the voice jy lINothing but beauty and glory To that hoJl1e on high Did she willingly answer the summons Now that she has taken her flight And we haVe laid ber to rest Where earths strifes and cares jDareA voice we loved is stilled A place in home and church Is left vacant which can never be filled Now that thou hnst passed Out of our sight still will Tbv memory will be cherished Till weseethy heavenly face r- A Friend A GREAT INVENTION Boggs Was that burglar alAnn ou Invented a sucbesa jloggs Must have been The bur glars pinched it when they broke In Philadelphia Telegraph Try Kentucky Star Flour its made like grandfather used to make it 5 t ADMIRAL GEORGE DEWEY AND THEN THEY CLINCHED First Landlady I manage to shriek keep my shriek shriek boarders longer than you db Second Landlady Oh I dont know shriek shriek you keep shriek them so thin that they 10QtIshrlek shriek longer than they really are IHIS ONLY PAUl BrownI sent my trousers over to hel tailors yesterday to be re paired Little Biriks1 I wondered why I didnt see you Our Sympathy tIs always extended to those m distress but we have no sym pathy to waste on ihe man who borrows his neighbors paper when he can kave one of his own at a mere nominal eXpense Your home paper stands for your interfsts and the interests of your hometown It deserves your moral and financial support If you are not a member ofour family ofreader you should begin now by sending in yQur subscription r = Combatting e In Chicks esl if fowls are heal hYthe prem kept clean and a dust bath or ashes provided lice rarely get the upper hand it being through the brood hens transmitting them to the chickens that most harm ensues A hen with many or few lice on her when sitting trans mits them to the chickens immediately they are hatched They are to be found stationary on the chickens head above the beak and eyes and in a few days when they get more plentiful are to be andItion in New South Wales is to place a small quantity of olive oil in a saucer and the day after hatching dip the fin fier in the oil and thoroughly rub it into the fluff of the chickens head and under the throat This will kill the lice if present and repeated the second or third day there will be little fear of any escaping When a week or ten days old ther thickens should be examined again and if any of the virmin are found at this aga little kerosene can be added foc the olive oil It is best to anoint all thickens with oil immediately after they are hatched such being a sure preventatiye of the scourge Rich Mens Gifts Are Poor beside this I want to go on record as saying that I regard Electric Bitters as one ofjthe greatest idf ts that God has made to woman writes Mrs O Rhine vault Vestal 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14days daysMonticelloGlasgow September 8t days Kentucky State Fair Louisville September 136 days i daysBedford If You are Worth 50000 Dont Read This This will not interest you if you are worth fifty thousand dollars but if you are a mar of moderate means and can not afford to employ a physician when you have an attack of diarrhoea you will be pleased to know that one 6 t two doses of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy will cure it This remedy has been in use for many years and is thoroughly reliable Price HaydonDrug A PROSPECTIVE SNUB Phoebe You would hardly know Freddy since he got back from Eu rope He I6st all his money there and Evelyn Hardly know him Why I shant know him at all Of Interest to Farmers and Mechanics Farmers and mechanics frequently meet with slight accidents and injuries which cause then much annoyance and loss of time A cut or bruise may be cured in about onethird the time usual ly required by applying Chamberlains Liniment as soon as the injury is re 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