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Digital page images are linked to the text file. it IS I cJC L n 0h JJ f 1 it c I o J tl1 fi L jt t r1tt I Jt Un i g trf 2z i DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY t tv71i I i I j VOLUME V TT I INSTANT I j DEATH i Ed Mofan a Negro Cut 1 To Death inaiSaw tiMill Absolutely i Dismembered ii 11 N8ha just been received of the death of Ed Moran a well known col ored character of thte town Ed has been employed by Mr Sam Maupin as a hand thissaw mill which is now stationedfon the farm of Mrs Thresa Blandford This afteriooi he was engaged In his work and was carrying lumber from the saw mill when he lost his balance arid fellagainst the saw Despite despetateeffofts he was not able to recover his balance and upon beV Ing caught J y the Sad was literally cut to pieces His head and one arID and his lef limb so it is reported tcr the Sun were severed the limb beinz tbrown J considerable distance from 1 the mill f Ed Mpraa has been a well known character about town and while not a Lthriftynegro has never been a vicious one He was known as the strongest onan in town j 1 tt Great Cow t The Vmost recent great achievement J th Jrecordbrea11Dgdalryprogress isltbatiofthe Jerse cdw jircbba Irene 4 belon pgtoA Q Autet of Jersey county Illinois relates the Chicago Becordr Herald This cow produced in one year 17253 pounds or nearly nine tOns of milk and 1 112 pounds of butter This is an ofiicial record made by a representative of the dairy depart ment of the University of Illinois and bas broken all Jersey records only one other cow in the world has a higher 3record for one year but taking her- J ayerage production for four years she stands absolutely without an equal 4 Tbisis over four times the production 44 the average cowS for Illinois There are 250 000 poor cows in Illinois so- poor that it would take 209 of them to equal one such cow as Jacoba Irene m actual profit How much easier to milk- Sn e such cow than 209 poor ones The first would be play the latterdrudgery Y JJuring this year she would have sun plied eighty people with the average amount ot milk consumed per capita and furnished cream for their coffee bids This was rich Jersey milk containing 5 12 per cent butter fat and worth for direct consumption least 8 13 cents a quart amounting to 61350 a year A dairyman would need only four such cows to supply milk for the aver age sized milk route make him a good jiving and have an excellent profit bc sides If one could be so fortunate as to own ten such cows he would have a rnice little income f6525 a year F T The Man Who Wink Charles R BarrettIThe man who wins is an averagema Not built pn any peculiar plan Not blpstwjth any peculiar luck Just steady earnest andful1of pluck When asked a question he does not guess He knows and answers Noor 1t Yes When eta task that the rest cant do rHe buckles down till hesput it through Three things hes learned That the TT man who tries Finds favor in his employers eyes That it pays to know more than one thing well That it doesn tpay all he knows to tell + So he works and waits j tiUpriefinedav Theres a better job iay And the men who shirked whenever they could 4rebossed by the man whose work f ma good For the man who wins is the man who FworksJ Who labor nor trouble shirks Who use his hands his held his eyes i The man who wins is the man who jfe fiSfe f t Erom Royal Trust Monthly J SS 7 n SMINfiFIELD KY WEDNESDAY JUNE 16 1909 I Commencement The Danville Advocate in artsavs Last but by far not least comesthe commencement exercises proper held ia the college chapel on Wednesday morning when degrees were conferred and the diplomas given to those who had worked four years for thaysheep1 skin The final exercises were the most brilliant held in years and a large and representative audience was present notwithstanding the rainy weather The Valedictory address was made by Mr Jack Haynes McChord of Springfield Ky Mr McChord is one of the recognized orators of the uni versity and his speech was most pleas ing His thoughts were most appro priate toa valedictory address and were well taken His delivery was that worthy of a long experienced orator The fellowships which amount to 350a vear were awarded as follows History Department Jack AJcGhord English J5MEIroy Chemistry Fred Hess German Lawrence Hager PHysics Madison Lee Biology Hugh Gassidy The exercises were closed with the benediction by Dr Route of Versailles Ky President of Board of Trustees TIlE GRADED Ij SCHOOL 1 Marked Improvements Made Byc The Board Monday Night On laze Monday night at a regular meeting of the school board some markedjimprovements were made jn Onthe best departments in the school las always been that which is under tne charge of Miss Emma Nunan In few schools in the State are the little children swell cared for as they are by this tctfuland well trained teacher An evidenc of her good work is that her departnient has grown until it became necessary to divide Heretofore she has conducted the First and Second Grades but in the future will be permitted to devote her att n tion exclusively to the First Grade The board was fortunate in securing the services of Mrs Alice Whayne a daughter of Mr Chas Woe as teacher in the Second GradeMrs Whayne is a teacher of liberal training wide experi ence and progressive method She taught last y arm Hazard Institute to the entire satisfaction of both faculty and students It was with regret that it was found necessary to relinquish the ser vices of Miss Ida McClure who on ac count of ill health found it necessary to tender her resignation In her place as teacheri oi th Fifth Grade the Board elected Misi Evelyn Royalty Miss Royalty has supplaced a great deal during the iast year and it it the unanimous opinion of those who are at all familiar with her work that snwilL more than make good With this addition and change the faculty will remain as it has iri the past J- We feel that the town is indebted to Prof Colvm and his corps of efficient tteachers for giving us an exceptionally good school Our obsCiation is that the work cion ance of that done etnerkis1rinad socalled Colleges and that the school is progres awe 4 PLEASANT ROVS Mr Mike Simms of Springfield was at the home of J O Polin Sunday Mrs Belle Hagan of Springfield spent last week vithMrslt L Litsey Mr Fred Sutherland of Wjilisburg was here Saturday Jrfr A B Rue the photographer of Harrodsburg w ll be at Dr Hopper this week an4 will be prepared td do work for any who desire fie fMr John4 Howell of Mackvill was here Friday Mrs M W Hyatt and childrenspent Sunday With tfrsv J R Durrett Misses HtarVey Variarsdalp and Sarah Reed spent ay afl111dY wit Mrs J R N6e of Springfield The ball game between Mackville arid Litsey was postponed oh account of rain Saturday Mr Coleman Stigall and moth r lost two head of oine stock by lightning inprningMissschool at Midway is at hbrne for vacation s EIGHTY SEVENTH Annual Commencement of St Catharines ad emy Attended By a Large and Appreciative Audience AuccessinEery Way One of the prettiest commencements of the season was that of St Cathar ines of sienna Academy which took place yesterday June 15th An artis tic program elicitted spontaneous bursts of applause and generous expressions of appreciation oh the part of a cultured audience The name and fame of St Catharines Academy is too well known for further words of praise to be necessary Asian educational institution and other re spects her success has been little less than marvelous Five years ago the ravages of fire destroyed 250 dou worth of property and left the sisters shelter less Today their magnificent home on Sienna Heights is a monument of thrift and labor Bought independence the old saying God helps those who help themselves seems to apply forcibly to the Sisters of St Catharine seeing their worth in other Sees The Bishop Lincoln Nebraska has recently in yited them to Hastings Nebraska to take charge of a brick and limestone structure worth 100000 This magni ficent building was giyen to the Sisters of St Catharines by the1 citizens of Hastings in fee simple and they will open a day and boarding school there in September Fast on this piece of good fortune comes another in the form of a gift from Miss Frances Rose Howeof 135 acres of land in Chestertown Irtdi tana 45 miles from Chicago and beautifully situated on the Calumet Kiyer Here aiT Academy will be erected and opened within the coming three years Though StCath deeplytgrateful to these distant friends there areothers here in d4ar old Kentucl y whose generous and heartfeltsympathy in the hour of trial will never be forgotten To them the community wishes to give expression to sentiments of gratitude that are as sincere and deep today as five years ago when their proffered aid lightened the mis fortune that bereft them 6f theii beau- tifulconventhome The enjoyable commencement exercises were ended and the doors of the sumptuous dining hall thrown open and Welcome greeted the Alumnae at every hand Seventyfive members were seated at the banquet board which was gracefully and artistically decorated in purple and gold while magnificent potted plants came in to enhance the beauty on this festive occasion Mrs Oscar Walker the distinguished 1 DEEP IN DEBT i State facing a Deficit of Over a Hundred Thousand Dollars 4OnJunel The State of Kentucky owed on June the iRrst just 14435458 mOre than it had money in the treasury with which to defray its indebtedness At the close of business on May Mst there was I total balance of 36962618 in the treas ury against outstanding warrants issued by the Auditor for 513 9SQ75 which leaves the deficit above named staring the State administration in the face and as Treasurer Farley stated several days ago this money on hand will be Used mostly to pay atnoants due the two normal schools and for w6rkon the new Capitol so that the States indebtedness is really over half a million dollars this early in the year The amount in the treasury as apportioned between the three funds show balances for sinking and School fund but a deficit for the General expendi ture the exact mount being as fol lows sinking fund 17167880 school fund 24151787 general expenditure fund deficit 4356249 Frankfort News Balloons Glasgow1 Times Fr6bablydhal the 1 t t5 i = Sh president d livered an address whose beautiful pen pictures where the past and present seemed united and scenes arid situations long gone by viewed as ina living panorama The seven course luncheon so daintily served by the sis ters of St Catharine showing both genius and refinement m their artistic decorations The toasts after each course were well Deceived and respond ed to Miss Nell ogarty of Danville Ky presided as Toastmistress Among the things of interest during the banquet was a letter from the Gov ernor to the Very Reverend Mother Magdalene greeting the Alumnae It had been his pleasure some twentyfive years ago to visit St Cathanne and the warm welcome and true Kentucky hospitality extended him while there prove that St Catharines sisters are noted far and wide for their cordially to the stranger that enters their door He1 dwelt upon the faces he remem bered the beautiful iMadonnalike face of Sister Mary Vincent then the cul tured teacher of music ancl many others wh9 have passed into the land beyond The letter was read m Mother Magdalenes true Southern style It was surely the treat of the hour The good things of the banquet board were not lost sight of in this war of wit and good cheer and after Auld Lang J3yne lead by Sister Mary Pius was sung theAlumnae repaired tothe magnificent library where the business part of the meetjng was transacted Mrs Oscar Walker the President pre sided with ease and grace and endeared herself to everyone by her charming manners The new board was elected Mrs Joe Moloh n Lebanon Ky President Mrs Jack Chinn Vice President Miss Louise Wathen Lebanon Ky Sujfceme Secretary Miss Hilda Goodin Lebanon Ky Treasurer fMiss Gertrude Stocker Bardstpwn Ky Toastmaster i At 730 the entertainment given by the Alumnae tock place The program was replete with good things Mr Gwynn Marks musical selec lions were well received Miss Myrtle Price favored the audi ence with choice selections on the vio lin The reading Galatea and iPygmalion rendered by Mrs M W Hyatt who is quite an artist and whose pose and voice culture was beautiful indeed Sister Mary Pius a graduate of a half century ago gave a musical num ber much enjoyed The closing number Laughing Song by Mrs Lizzie Bevil of Cleveland brought down the jiouse with the Laughing Song It was a decided hit country was out looking at balloons Sunday At least two sailed over about amile high md as it was not generally known who they were or where they were ging considerable excitement was created Nine ot these balloons entered in an endurance race Saturday at Indianapolis mdand the two seen were part of that outfit An endur ance race means that a lot of idiots go up in balloons and float aroundover the country seeing which can stay up the longest The baBonfseen Sunday descended at Scottsville and Westmore landand are consequently out of the race Some of the seven others have not yet been heard front and are supposed to be floating around somewhere as several of them had four days pro vision along with them An amusing incident connecfed 9with the passing over of the balloons occur red in the southern part of this county A farmer wnose crops the rain had put greatly in the grass and weeds slipped his team out and was plowing away for dear life about nine oclock when some of the neighbor boys rode by and asked himjf he wasnt afraid to be plowing on Sunday The Sunday sinnor replied no that Ins crops were in the grass and he didnt behfeye the Lord would care One of the passersby replied that if he would look up in the sky he would see a warning right then as to whether the Lord liked it or not The old fellow looked up saw two immense snowwhite structures floating along with figures in them turned pale ex claimed God have mercy stripped NUMIER 21 Ithe harness off the plow team lit out for the house hitched up His wagon and to square matters rushed off to church with the whole family At last accounts the old gentleman had seen n more si nsand was gradually rcoy ering his color Death of Mrs Murphy At the home of Mrs sfh nahan near St Rose Mrs Joanna Murpny passed away last Friday her death hiving been caused by the infirmities incident to old age The deceased was seventy five years of age and was the widow of the late Michael Murphy Funeral ser vices were conducted atSt Rosechurch Saturday morning and the remains in terred in the St Rose cemetery Arm Broken Master Booker Noe the son ot Mr and Mrs Robt A Noe suffered a seri ous and painful accident Sunday after noon when he tell from a tree and broke his arm Booker with some companions was hunting mulberries ahd had climbed fte tree so as to bend the limb witnm reach of the boys on the ground but went out too far and the limb broke Both bones in the fore arm were broken but the boy is now doing well and it is hoped that because of his youth the bones will knit easilyand not cause any serious trouble BIG SALARY Burlev Society Will Pay President- LeBus 5000 a Year f 5SiThe CourierJournal yesterday says there was more enthusiasm manifested Wednesda than at any previous meeting for a long time The feeling prevails that a strong pool will be formed and that a larger percentage than ever before will be represented Those who have stood aloofin the past and refused to join now recQgnize the greet work done by the society and are eager to enroll themselves withit The form of the pledge is being reconsidered and will be given out soon The details are being so arranged as to profit from the experience of the past and to eliminate all friction waste and inequality and to give greater system to the workof the Hoard Clarence LeBus who had been at the head of the Burley Tobacco Society but who resigned some time agq is again at the helm of thatorgan- ization as a result of a meeting of the body held at Winchester Wednesday Not only doek Mr LeBus take up the work of the society again but he is to receive a handsome renumeration for past work and a handsomer salary for his services in the future According to authentic informatiop the details of the salary proposition are that Mr Le f Bus is to be paid 24000 fOr his services as president of the society for the years 1907 and 1908 and 15000 from now un til October 1 Under these conditions Mr LeBus is to again assume control It is sid that since Mr LeBus resigned some months ago the society had been losing ground and it was necessary that he be induced to accept the leadership again To secure his services it was necessary to pay him an acceptable salary At a meeting a few months ago Mr LeBus insisted upon a salary of 10000 a year which the society refused to pay At that time he was voted a salary of 5000 and it is be lieved his resignation was a result of the failure of the society to pay the salary he wanted The society an nounces that Mr LeBus salary does not come out of the proceeds of the farmer who pools his tobacco but is paid from the fund accruing from the fees charged the buyer There is a fee of 3erhogshead charged against the purchiser of Burley tobacco from the pool f the society This amount was paid br tile American Tobacco Company in its big deal with the society last year i Society Meeting The Washington County Medical So ciety met in Springfield June 9th The following physicians were present W R Thompson M W Hyatt W w1 HopperITheat Pleasant Grove The meeting is called for 1030 a m and at noon will have a picnic dinner They expect to have an interesting program by home and visiting physicians The county physicians are urged to come and bring their families 1 f FIGHT FOR f v GOODRO4DSS d Campaign For Constitutional Amendment Opened At j Clizabethtown Elibethtow Ky June 12he campaign for the uGood RoadAined ment to the State Constitution tobe submitted to the voters of Kentucky t rmally4inche4ere the Board of Directors of the Kentuckyt Good Roads Association and prominent advocates uf a system of more improved highways in the State 1 The directors met this momuagio consider final plans of an organization for pushing the proposition and bringing it to the attention ot the voters Senator Newman and Secretary Bru ner were appointed a commijttee to qfeF with the Democratic and BepabuV I can State Committees and secure their indorsement of amendment as a non political question Further meetings will be held at Bowling Green Hopkihsville and CoiS bin before the November electron A public meeting was held atthcourthouse this afternoon when the speaking campaign ws formally open ed The speakers were Secretary of State Ben L Bruner Judge Jamef P Gregory president of the Louisville Commercial Club State Senator JWNewman Secretary of the Kentucky State FaJr R F Dulaney of Bowling Green and Postmaster R E fifaods of Louisville who tthe1 ltiOn of good roads to the postal system The BosworthWyatt Good Road amendment to the Constitution of iea tucky which passed the last Kentucky Legislature by an almost unanimous vote and which is to be voted on at the next November general election is M follows c The credit of the Commonwealth may be given pledged br loaned to any COOH ty of the Commonwealth for public road purposes and any county may be per putted to incur an indebtedness in tiky amount fixed by the county not in excess of 5 per centum of the Value of tW taxable property therein for pubbcji road purposes in said county provided said additional indebtedness is submit ted to the voters of the county for their ratification or rejection at a special election held for said purpose in suck manner is may be provided by kwrand when any such indebtedneM incurrwl by any county said coonty nay ieyyv in addition to the tax rate allowed un der ectioii 157 ot the Constitution et Kentucky an amount not exceeding twen cents on the hundred dollars of tliev assessed value of said dounty for the purpose of payipg the interest said indebtedness and providing a stak ing fund for the payment of said im debtene4 Upder the present Constitution the State is prohibited from lendingt aid or helping the counties in any way ML road building Each county under the present organic law is limited to an ifc debt dness of 2 per cent of its taxable property The amendment prpboaed will remove these restrictions a Horse In Well 1 Harrodsburg Democrat Ahpfreb longing to Mr Thomas Leech wl4 lives ihthe west end of the county fell into an old well in the lot back of J4r J P Mitchell store Saturday mont irigi but was gotten out with apparent ly httle damage done Mr Leech h4 driven into the lot taking the hope from the buggy and hitching him to tW ente The animal in some way had gotten loose and was grazing rooM when he walked upon the coyeringoyer the well It gave way and allowed him to fall a distance of several feet A derrick was hastily erected and work ot rescuing the animal begun Little progress was made however and Mr Sam Shackelford suggested fillingtKe well with water and floating to the top A fire hose was thoehOrM a water plugr ths well tilted and the animal soon landed On terra firma Stung for 15 Years by Indigestions pangs4tying mig MinNCat last used Dr Kings New Life lDTheyStomachLjv8rtXwtney lI Robertsons i i 7 1 I 1 4IH I l J II r ti I 2 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WESNESDAY JUNE 16 1909 t uT Z ZZiutttil I2ZtLET 15 TEST YOUR EYES and lit GLASSES f J 21 JEWEL GREAT WATCHES IN I c We can Suit You Everything in the Jewelfy Line t tIrQM RUSSELL ZZZ I1t4I+ I tti t +M1IIt+ + mm AND STOCK t1Of 1terno farmers and f j Livestock and Poultry JQ 1 ffi Raisers i 3xt It should be an ironclad rule on every poultry larm1that the moment a fowl i ifiiig at once should be separated jffaVtlierest of the flock If placed a tXagevin a dry warm room it can be best treated Exercise is absolutely necessary with br foder chicks or else bowel trouble anU1 cases of indigestion will surely reiafk Use plenty of short clean litter 1in whicfi scatt rdrybread crumbs rniiletr seed cracked wheet yery fine cla corn tetc Spade up a place two feet around yfufa fieri and chicken parks and plant ifctfrsinf lowers They provide excel lesttghad purify the yards and the seteds make good feed for the moulting bt1s in the fall Besides the flowers aid beauty to the poultry yards 1Vlhatever method of feeding is adopted the chicks must have a con sttsupply of walter but so arranged tHat they will notmake a bath ub of it1 CharcoaJ is very as it faids Digestion neutralizes the gases Tof tetinach and helps to prevent bow eTti4b1 When chicks are given a grisdvrun they will supply themselves ithvgras4 food although dandelion leaves and rape are relished by them ir1 addition L house large enough for 100 laying hdns should be from 12 to 16 feet y ide afid from 20 to 25 feet long The root ahoold slope to the north and all opening priced on the south side with the ex caption perhaps f ra door which ray be placed in one end Making the back wall of the house 4 12 to 5 feet high arid the south one from 7 to9 teet Thetfplace the windows high so the 5 stins s rays will tall well back uoon the hoar j It is uhderstood that the Columbia Far Association will offer 1000 stake f tthebestsaddleho1se mare or gel ding and it is lIKely that the Bowling ren Association will do likewise Mepco Jefferson City and New Bloom hld will likely repeat their 500 stakes a they were the successes of their last years falrsqolmansKural World ttJhevion sheep are noted for their hardy constitutions nd ability to thrive under certain conditions which are dJfetTifriental to other breeds Professor Ci S Plumb says the hardiness of the Cheviot is unsurpassed among the medium wooL The rigor of winter scarseness of fuel and intestinal par We have just brought ion the Greatest Llneof Spectacles In Central +Kentucky All the latest style Glasses and any style RIms We can furnish you with thebest grade of gods at the Lowest Prices BARGAINS in r asites cause less suffing among Cheviots than most other breeds In tpose localities where valuable land 13 completely subdued by brush the goats are considered of more valure for the purpose of clearing it thaT for th ir becffione e they render cultivable It is said that in Oregon Chin irtenh d been paid as high as 20 an acre for cleaning off ibJUsf goats had done the work even better Sprouts will spring up behind mens work but goats will keep them down until they cease to appear Bulletin No 143 just issued from the Kentucky Experiment Station at Lexington is of especial interest and value td sheep men It is devoted to that very prevalent and troublesome disease known as sheep scab It treats of the cause the symptoms the disaster otis effectS and the remedies and methods ot preventing and curing the disease it describes the construction of dipping vats and the different solutions recommended for sheep dip The Bul letin is elaborately illustratedand will prove helpful to breeders And feeders if they wil1sentior it It is free to all farmers of Kentucky who will write for it With ttie delicate structure bf small fruits it is quite easy to over fertilize m wet seasons and consequently underfeed in dry seasons hence in any system of experimentaL fertilizing the character of the season must be taken into consideration Under intensive methods experience often demonstrates the desirability of King two or more applications of concentrates in a grow ing season thus fittnpmore closely the formula Used to the teason as well as the soil and crop requirements If you use incubators and brooders you can commence hatching and raising chicks atany seaSon early or late if you confine yourself tothe use of hens you must wait her convenience as to time of hatching arid perhaps have to market or eat your early eggs Eggs during th winter season command high prices and perhaps pay better by sell ing them than taking chances oh rais ing early chicks whatever price you may get for them One thing is cer taintyou dp get a paying price for your eggs but you have an uncertain proposition in raising a paying lot of early chicks Looking Ones Best Itsa womans delight to lookher best but pimples skin eruptions sores and boils of joy Buck lens Arnica Salve cures them makes the skin soft and velvety It glorifies the face Cures Pimples Sore Eyes ChappedI tHt 11Jcd4 Coupon books now on saleISitr cu For CASH Only w+ 500 1000 and 2000 ipound coupon books for sale at ten per cent tDiscount L I Buy a book and save money an your Ice this summer i Ir Springfie1d Water and 4F X Electric Light Co t44IIZH1- +F d lXCflANGE 4XCERPTS Sayings and Doings of the Press At Large One as sweet as an oldfashioned rose As brilliant as the morning star As pure as the angels in heaven Excels all the rest by Jar Any way the chap who thinks he knows it all doesnt know a lot that is said of him behind his back Boifrbon Stock ournalI Try to have a pleasant word fo rev ery one butif at any time you run out of kind words dont try to substitute brickbats Richmond Climax f My school books dull have been tucked JawayAnd 0nothing to do but play J yIni Lduisville Times lJ A woman always gets cross when she has to get lip to let her husband in at night but she doesnt mind it at all to get up and let the cat outExchange Speaking of war times they are al most always upon us You know dome people raise chickens and other people insist on making gardensHartford Herald A wise old owl liv din an oak and the more he heard the less he spoke the less he spoke the more he heard why aintmore of us like that old bird Inland Printer A country editor should be versatile forgiving brave prolific calm a machinist a politician a diplomat a Drinker besides having a smattering mall other professions and thingsFrom The Bohemian An element of weakness in much of our resolving is that we try to grasp too much of life at a tune We think of it sa vole instead of taking the days one by one Life is a mosaic and each tiny piece must he cut and set with skill Louisville Baptist Re corder Webster Johnson Murray Wdrces terlet us put them out ot print let us each one be a booster lets mis pell without stint Ten years in the future maybe we will have it all worked through so that any little baby can spell what it wants with CfGoO Western Publisher Wasn your own glass window And then as like as not H Your neighbors window panes VExtracttrytoFrom out anothers eye The Advance j Burr down your towns and cities and they will spring upagain as if by magic but destroy your farms and the grass will grow in the streets of every city in the landW J Bryan If there is one lesson taught by history it is that the permanent greatness of any State must depend more upon its country population than upon anything else No growth of cities no growth of wealth can make up for a loss in either the number or the character of the farming population Theodore Roosevelt The toll6ving composition byla little girl won a prize a fruit cake that was offered by a teacher in the iJoston Cooking SchoplCP nts are made for men and men for pants Man was made for pants When a man pants for woman and a womari pants for a man they are a pair Of pants Such pants do not last Pants are like molasses they are thinner in hot weather and thicker in cold The man in the moon changes his pants during an eclipse Men are often mistaken in pants Such pants make breeches of promise There has been much discussion as to whether pants are singular orplu aLSeems to us when men wear pants it is plural and when they dont wear any it is singu tar Men get on a tear in their pants and its all right but when pants get on a tear its all wrong If it were not for sorrow if it were not painOur of tomorrow were ut terly in vain The grief that fills the morning the sighs that mark the noon Form but a gentle warning of gladness coming soon As the day we celebrate accord ing to the irrepressible small boy with I Elderly People Helped Free c The last years of life are the sweetest and yet the most difficult to pro long It is then that the greatest care is exercised in maintaining bodily health But the chief care should al ways be with regard to the food tyou eat and whether you are digesting it properly You should not allow your self to become constipated No doubt you have tried salts and cathartic pills purgative tablets etc and have come to the conclusion that they are violent In action and do but temporary good listen then to the voice of experience with regard to a wonderful and mild laxative Dr Caldwells Syrup Pep tryingtotlndA A Felts of Johnston City HI suf fered from stomach trouble for six years and found his cure in Dr Caldwells Syrup BGpsln His wife uses it too with success could name hundreds of others Some heard ofltllrsf through neighbors or friends others through the doctors offer to send any sufferer from a stomach liver or bowel complaint a free chargeIfsend you a trial bottle direct to Ihewm If it proves itself as he bybuylnpeoplelikeit Is well to mention that the purity of this remedy is vouched for with the U S government Also though a free bottle Is sent to prove its merits results are regularbQttiesfund your money If it does not satisfy you Send at least for the free test bottle today If the e is anything about your ailment that you dont understand or if you want any medical advice write to ie doctor and he will answer you fully There is no charge for this service The address is Dr W B Caldwell 500 Caldwell bldg MonticelloJll finr aleby The Red Cross DniKStor f all the racket and Jaiiousnesi pOssi- ble is rapidly approaching relating the foUwinpincident is considered opportune and as a warning His mi her had just tucked little Tommy in bead battered and scarred from his head to his toes ten little fingers vsere swollen and red he had a bump on his eye and a burn ohhis nose As she kissed h s round chin mother said with a sigh Thank goodness it is over this 4th of JUly Dear little Tommy all fresh from the fight lying there pqulticed still untl ssas yetins mother stepped softly to lower the light and heard him lisp in a voice of regret half to himisdf as he closed his well eye I wish that tomorrow was the 4th of July pony of the Circus Continued from page 3 her to help her She who had ncp been so Independent so self reliant now felt the need of direction from above She wlas no longer master of tier own soul Something had gone from her something that would never never come again While she hesitate Hasty came through the gate looking anxiously oter his shoulder uWell Hasty she said for It was apparent that Ha tybad something Important on his mind Its de big bile from de ciubewhispered excitedly I The big oneor I You knowde one what you You dont mean PollWs question was answered by Jim himself who had followed Hasty qly through the pate Their j wflSwere Instantly about each other Jim forgot Ha ty and every one In the world except Polly and neither of them noticed the horrified Mljs Perkins and the Widow Hvilloughby who had been crossing the yard on their wjiy from the Sunday jchoolrooiiv with JUUa i toJhftkt week I It tI ScbMange VCuts a Sores on all Live Stock- DESTROYS ALL- DSEASEGERMS KILLS ALL KINDS OF LICEAND- PARASITES We Havel in Stock ures r CrossiDrugStore I s c p XT900DF ot 1 are best withopt showing it injhei price They wear so much long r thai l4 the slight advance over unidentified cheaplybuilt clothes doesnt at all cover the saving they bring One XTIAGOOD suit ill survive more bojft Dandling than two average suits Every pair of XTRAGOOD kneepants 3s linedall through This not only means extraijendugance but also extra fullness and grace to a degree not to be found in clothes that are sf1 t XTAGOOD S it l The RobertsonClaybcooke C1tIncorporated Sore Nipples Any mother who has had experience with this distressing ailment will be pleased to know that a cure may be ef f cted by applying Chamberlains Salve isdonenursingWipe l win the babe to nurse Many trained nurses use this salve with best results For sate by The Leo Haydon Drug Co t Headache If it does you should try Dr Miles AntiPain PillsWhy not dos Tliey will relieye the pain in just a few min utes Ask your druggist There are 45000 druggists in the U S Ask any of them A package of 25 doses costs 25 dents One tablet usually stops a headache They relieve pain without leaving any disagreeable aftereffects isnt th twhat you want My son Prank Snyder has used Dr Miles AntiPain Pills for U long tImet He never had anything to him so much for headacne A year ago he camo home and I was down sick with such a dreadfull1erv ous headache He gaVe me one of tho AntiPain Pills and after while I took another and was entirely re- 1JcvedI always keep them in the honse now and gave many away to others sufTcrlns with headache MRS LOUISE LEWELLYN Powell South 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JUNE 161909 f3 t CHAPTER X dropped wearily oi to ID the rustic bench He sat with drooped head and unseeing eyes He did not hear PpJJy as ehe scurried down the path her arras filled with autuiim leaves She glanc ed at him propped the bright colorEd foliage and slipped quickly to the nearest tree One two three for Mr John she cried as she patted the huge brown uIS that iyou PohYbeasked absently merBbepastor was again 10Rt in hought Arent you going td There was a shade of disappointment In her voice She came slowly to his 8ide iSit here Polly he answered gravely pointing to a place on the bench lI want to talkito youj I Now Ivel done something wrong ehe pouted She gathered up her gar lands and brought them to a6 place near Ills feet ignoring the seat at his uideJ You mjgbt just as well tell me and get it over Youcouldnt do anything wrong he answered looking down at her Oh yes J could and Ive done it l can see it in your faceT at is itT What have you there he asked t trying td gain time and not knowing tLhI Now Vve done opjthing wrong she pouted how to broach the subject that in jus tice to her must be discussed Some leaves to make garlands for the social Polly answered more cheer fully Would yu mind holding this 1 j She gave him one end of a string of leaves Where are the children 7 Gone home IQU like the children very much dont you PollyT Douglas was strlv Ing for a path that might lOad them tci tic subject that was troubling him Ohna 1 dont like them 1 love them She looked at him with tender eyes Youre the greatest baby of all A puzzled line came between his eyes as he studied her more closely And yet youre not such a child are you Polly Youre quite groWn up almost a young lady He looked at her from a strange unwelcome point of view She was all of that as she sat at his feet yearning and slender and fair at the turning of her seventeenth tear jronder how would like to go 2 away her eyes 1 in terror added IbUddIs dt a place where you would be She looked up at him anxiously 1Iwondered if his show was about njoye on Fm afraid not Douglas answered smiling In spite of his heavy heart I wouldnt like any place without you she said decidedly and seemed to consider the subject dismissed But If it was fon your good Doug las persisted Jt could never be for my good to leave you JBut just fora little while he pleaded How was she ever to underi Btand How could he take from he the sense of security that he had purposely taught her to feel In his house Not even for a mo enftpoUY an iwefedv with a decided shake of her rSuT oust get ahead in your studIes he argued She looked at him anxiously She was beginning to be alarmed at his persistence Maybe Ive been playing too many pcriscuous gtmes Not pertseuous Polly promiscuous pro tscuou she repeated haltI ingly What does that meanT Indiscriminate He rubbed his forehead as he saw the puzzled look onberfare Mlxed up he ex I plained mbre simply Our game wasnt mixed up She 1 was thinking ofjbe one toj which the widow had objected tl Jpromlscu LbrqewtCIQcUj c0PYRGUT IJ08BY DODD MEAD AND COMPANY T Jug to cujtch OIUbUC1yiIt dopumls he answorwl with a dry whimsical smile 1ehlldrenserious inquiring =eyes Nover nlinji Polly Your games I arent promiscuous She did not hear him Sho was searching for her book Is this Avhat you are looking forT he asked drawing the mis itfg article from his po UeL l i HQh rId P l1twltb a flush of emtliarraspnienj h Mandy toll Qun Youve b yn working a longtime on that I thought I might help you learned everything yi u told me IfIanswered timidly But f dont pose J iould tinn never tell you how much Sot help Yne Polly t Do she cued eagerly I can help more if you will only let me I can tesulh a bIgger class In Sunday school now j got to the hook of Ruth today You did T HOL pretended to be as tonish d Hewas nnxious to encourage her enthusiasm J- iUmtmmshe answered solemnly A dreamy look came into her eyes Do you romenilHT the part that you rend to ITlP the first day I came He npdded He WMS thinking how care Tree they wore ffiat day How mpos sible such problems as the present one would have seemed then tl know every bit of what you rend by heart Jts our next Sunday school lesson n So it Is Do you think now that It would be best for me to go away She looked up Into his troubled face Well see well see he murmured then tried to turn her mind toward other things Come now lets find out whetheVyoudo know your Sunday OUT BLINDLY school lesson How does it begin There was no answer She had turneds away with trembling lips And Ruth said He took her two small hands arid drew her face toward him mean lug to prompt her Entreat me not to leave thee she pleaded Her eyes met his His face was close to hers The sma features before him were quivering with emoI tion She was so frail BO helpless so easily within his grasp His muscles grew tense firmly3lHe was battling with an impulse to draw her toward him and comfort her in the shelter of his strong brave arms They shant he cried start ing toward her Poll4ek sverawod lterI i and seen the things re vealed to nc iot us only once SheI would nfcVejr again be a child Douglas braced against the back of th bench What wjas the rest of the lesson he asked iri a firm hard voice 4cant say itnaw Pollv mir mt red Her face was avertedi her white lids fluttered and closed iNonsense Of course you can Come come Ill help you t Douglas spoke aharnly He was almost vexed with her and with himself for the weakness that was so near overcom Ing And Ruth said Entreat rue not to leave thee t Or to return fromfoIj91ngwafter JLshe was struggling to keep back the tears for whither thou jcoest I will go and where thou lodgeSt I p myboplestopped Thats right go on said Douglas striving to control the unsteadiness in his own voice HerlarmsOh you wont send mo away will your she sobhpd I dont want to learn anything else Just except from you She cpvered lirfacenndslipped a little broken heap at lila feet strongInrinswere yoti hear me Polly I wont Her breath was warm against hlJ cheek Ho could feel her tears her arms about him as she clung to hinT helplessly fobbing and quivering In the shelter of his strong embrace You are never going to leave menever A new purpose had come Into his life the realization of a new necessity and be knew that the fight which be must henceforth make for this child was the same that ho mustmakefor himself tn CHAPTER XI S gofuihto de Sunday school- roOm to take off dat ere wid aWs flnlshin1 touches saM Mandy as she came down the steps All right called Douglas Take these witty you Perhaps they may help He gathered up the garlands which Polly had left on the ground His eyes were shining He looked younger than Mandy had ever seen him r2f HER ARMS WENT dt himself them Polly had turned her back at the 1I01DdofM ndys voice and crossed to tree drying her tears of happiness and trying to control her newly awakened emotions Douglas felt in tuitively that she needed this moment for recovery so he piled the leaves and garlands high In Mandys arms then ran Into the house with the light step of a boy UIgQt tbeeetsltsetUn room all J1upBa randy as she shot a sly at Pqlly uThntsgoodtPolIyanswered fac tD J andy at last and dimpling and blushing guiltily Mos de Sociable folks will mos likely be hangln roun de to night stead ob stayin In de Sunday school room what dey belong Las time dat ere Widow WlllolgTitiy done set roun all obenin alelHnde par son as how folks could jes eat oflfn her kitchen foot an 1 ups an tells her as how folks could pick upa good squat meal x ttn Mandys floor too Guess shell be mighty careful what she says afore Mandy tonight She chuckled as she disappeared down the walk to the Sunday school room Polly stood motionless where Mandy had left her She hardly knew which way to turn She was happy yet afraid Sbe felt like sinking upon her knees and begging God to be good to nued on page 2 ICon ONLY- PER J YEAR ONLY 1 peR YEAR t 1 AGREAr BARGAIN MADE BY I h THe SUN P ii sea10 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SUBSCRIPTION Ouelesr suX tonths u n uISOTree Montts T 5 = = Dtmtcratic Ticket II I CIRCUIT JUDGE lf H Thurman ATToRNEYmacCounty i REPRESENTATIVE D Graham COUNTY JUDGE B L Litsey = T COUNTY CLERK W F Booker CIRCUIT CLERK RabtNae COUNTY ATTORNEY T Scott Mayes SHERIFFS Ji Anderson T SCHOOL SUPERNTENDENTJW Bush = JAILER GeoD Catlett MitchelltSURVEYORWm G Roberts i The following editorial was taken L 11fS t Judge in tblsdistrict the Democratic c nominee Judge Thurma has a record F r ofjfive years on the bench and his offi cial course during that Ime is the best 5 indication of what it wil continue to be if ie is reelected to a ull term By k hiitf1Ui ye shall fcnow them or as commonly put judge thefqtUre by the past j T How is it with Mr Lewis the nomi Knee of the Leader crowd He has for several years held the t responsible office Of Mayor ot Spring fieldt while Judge Thntb1an was Circuit Judge and we naturally turn to his record of performance of official duty in that position to find an earnest of the course he would pursue if elected to higher position What does that recor t show as his standard of official pro rpnety and an impartial Performanceo f public duty regardless ot personal feel ing or interest Mr Lewis was an active outspoken tand vehement opponent of local option when that question was before the vot ers of Springfield and shortly afterthe election one C A Thompson was being tried before Judge Noe Police Judge of Springfield on a charge of haying open ed his saloon on election day Mr Lewis was his attorney and in order to influence Judge oe in his decision threatened that if his client were con victed and fined he as Mayor would hare the fine paid out 6f the funds of the city This threat to use his official position site shield his client from any penalty that might be imposed did not deter conAceived to be his duty under the law as he construed it and after a patient and impartial consideration of the evidence I and argument imposed a fine of 100 against the defendant At the next meeting of the city coun cHi in accordance with his announced intention Mr Lewis had a resolution introduced directing the payment of the fine out of the public funds in the city treasury The vote on the resolu Lion was a tie until Mr Lewis as Mayor cast his vote in favor of it thereby securing its adoption Very soon thereafter the grand jury met and after investigating the mat ter had decided to indict Mr Lewis for misappropriation of public funds but on assurances from him that the money appropriated for the benefit of his client had not yet been paid and the promise that it would not be thereafter paid the grand jury withheld indictment Theyresolution however and Mri Lewis on appear on the records of the city and give the best evidence T ot his remarkable capacity to disregard persona feelings and interest in the performance of official duties As Mayor he was charged with th6 duty ot seeing that the laws were enl = forced in the city without respect of persons or individual opinions a more excitable impulsive and prejudiced par user might have hesitated to approj prate for the private and personal Jaen efit of one whom he represented as at torney public funds that had been raised by taxation lor public purposes j he might have hesitated to construe his ii3thof office as an obligation to use hi9 7Cmcu l position anti the public treasury for the prvvaje benefit of fcis clients oif of those who had been ociatedwit awn as partisans on theaame side of a t question submitted for decision to the voters and by them already settled at the polls and with which the May r had nothing to do further than to see that the will of the majority was en forced a ainst all alike Judge Noe evidntlytook his view of the mat er of official duty in so far as it concerned the office of Police Judge for he vas firm in the enforcement of the law ji s he understood ity without respect of ersons and without being af fected bany consideration personal to himself VT Mr J wis ioweverfelt himself to impcal and discriminating in his mental make up that he stood far above the standard jof ordinary men in actual life and he could not understand the preju dice the littleness the n narrowminded jurytohis little office forth e personal ben efit ofa friend in trouble for what other purpose could be have been induced to honor the posftidn of Mayor with the greatness of his talents NOW that he has reversed his rosition on the liquor question Vnd is no longer wet tt but an extreme local optiomst marching under the banner of the coun ty unit bill it is interesting to speculate if he would use any official position he might obtain to help a local optionist ora farmer client in the same way he did to help Mr Thompson 4 It is but fair ito say that the two councilmen who voted for the resolu tion were not lawyers and that they were induced todosa by the per suasibns of Mr Lewis in whom they had great confidence as a lawyer and as a inanbutlar this influence exerted upon them at artime when they had no opportunity to reflect for themselves on the matter in its real bearings they would not have aided in the adoption of the resolution It is also fair to say for Mr Lewis that when the grand jury stopped the payment of the fine imposed en Mr Thompson put pf the public funds the sixty days allowed for an appeal had nearly but notquite expired and that he then immediately took an appeal to the circuit court whe4 e a jury assess c- latineaf 10000 and on appeal to the court of appeals the judgment was re versed on count o an error in an in struction patter thisthe indictment dismissed without a furthertrial These steps however were long af ter the effort to apply public funds to relieve the client of Mr Lewis from a fine regularly imposed upjon him by the Police Judge whose judgment was that of a court of competent jurisdiction and was to be taken as conclusive and binding until reversed on appeal toa higher court and neither an individual nor any other official had a right to judgmentsdas they stand in full force and no appeal was ever taken from this judg inert until after i the grand jury had blocked the scheme to pay the fine out of public funds We could with That Mr Lewis had given evidence of a higher standard of official propriety and an example of a- more strict regard for official duty but he is now a candidate for a higher of fice and recognizes ihat the people de mend from its incumbent a high stand ard he can not therefore complain if they judge nimbyhis past perform ances rather than by his promises for the future The people of this district having under Judge Thurmans admin istration of the office of Circuit Judge become accustomed to a very high standard indeed will be slow in per mitting to be introduced into the judi ciary of the state the same standard set by Mr Lewis as Lord Mayor of Springfield Frightful Accident While going to St Catharines corn mencement on Tuesday Misses Eunice and Sarah ONan and their guest Miss Catherine Bright were the victims of what threatened to be a serious acct dent Their horse became unmanage able and in its fright started to run It swerved from one side of the road to the other and was not brought to a halt until it ran into the wagon of Mr llohn Tullius When the horse ran into the wagon the buggy in which the young ladies were driving was over turned and Miss Eunice ONans thumb was sprained It is very remarkable that the young ladies did not sustain more serious injuries Work Be un rWork on the foundation of the new warehouse to be used by the Washington County Tobacco Warehouse Co tas a loose leaf market was begun this week The contract for the lumber jhas been awarded to Marks Green the local contractors while Mr J F Brew er the wellknown architect and contractor of Fairfield will have supervi sion of the erection of thee building The is to be erected east of the two buildings which are now standing and as has been reported hereto fore in Trie Sun will be uptodate in every respect Try Ken CkYStaJJour Its made like grandfather used to make it L i Dr G 1 T Burton r RESIDENT DENTIST l eeth Extracted with out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First lass Springfield Ky Jfflce in Hagon Block UP stairs Local News Notes The Young Ladies Mission Class of Pleasant Grove church will give an ice cream supper at the home of Mr Jas F Gregory oh Wednesday evening June 23 Come one comeall and have a nice time r Donald Campbell is being viewed with envious eyes by all the small boys of Springfield He is now the proud possessor of a beautiful Shetland pony the use of which he generously shares with his young friends John L Barber and Leo Haydon held the second of their time card contests Saturday Quite a crowd gathered at each pl cenearlyallof whom were holders bf tickets entitling them toa chance for the silver ducats At the Red Cross Drug Store JA Chas Greene was the lucky man while at Barbers Joe Polin pulled down both first and second It you want strong healthy chickens and turkeys feed them Enterprise Poul try Powders Positively cures gapes Sold byHAYDON ROBERTSON Take your clothes to Links Ray to have them cleaned and pressed Rates reasonable Work guaranteed Buy Rapid Shine Stove Polish 5c per box JOE A SHADER For Brown doubleshovel plows five plow cultivators fourteen Jopth Harrow Disc Harrows Tobacco Setters and American Fence call oh A C KlMB LL A Use Kentucky Star Flour to bake your Cakes and Iiike Biscuits t light pure white and healthful f Buggies and Wagons for sale by A fG Kimball SAYYour Buggy needs Painting See A CO Kimball at old Casey Shop on Main street- NOTICEThe public is hereby noti fled that the reservoir and grounds of the Springfield Water and Light Co are posted and that anyone caught or trespassing on the premises withou- a ticket will be prosecuted to the full est extent of the law H B MCELROY SuptI FOR SAMEOne firstclass second hand upright Fisher piano Will sell reasonable For further information call on ED M RUSSELL FOR SALEAf latestmodel No Oliver typewriter This macliineds in ilrstclass condition having been used only three months For further par ticulars and terms applyat this pffice GOING FISHING Persons desiring t purchase season tickets to fish in th Reservoir can clo 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 yodr family put on the ticket for100extiM Single tickets 50c Buy a season ticket atEd M Russells Jewelry store and save money The Ladies Aid Society of the Chris tian church will serve raspberriesatthe- Court House The date will be any pounced later The Society will also serve the usual dinner on OuntyCourt- in October Kentucky Star Flour Best made t On Saturday night June 19 a two act comedy drama entitled Mr Bob will be presented to the theatre goers at the Springfield Opera House under direction of Miss Margie Graham Miss Frances Martins music class will present the operetta entitled The Flower Nym phs Surprise Plenty of 1t1USlclfu nished by Miss Martins music class Specialties by the pupils In addition to the editor of The BUll purchasing a new Victor Fireproof Safe the following well known professional and business fir ms have likewise in stalled oriel Dr JC Mudd Mr W A Waters Geo J Begemann Harness and Mr R C Boblitt Liveryman l WANTED Trustworthy man or woman in each county to advertise receive orv ders and manage business for New York Mail Order House 1800 weekly posi Lion permanent np investment required Previous experience not essential to engaging Spare time valuable Enclose self addressed envelope for full particu lars ADDRESS CLARKE Co Wholesale Dept 103 PARK AVE NEW YORK It Pays To Stop Here I el Why Not Save Money I = t J 2 oi I r sati and i i j Etc = I J t are we are now in the of the to T V If in to us Is us sIe Ss e ss i SiS SiS Si Somepf the notables in baseball crossed bats here one day Iaweek were not from New York but Springfield and that the Cubs hailed from Bardstown and both teams were more or less duskv They played ball like howeyer but the visitors played slightly better and won 6 to 3 Mr Geo Mullican was called ta- Louisville Monday to appear in court against J C White who several weeks ago it is alleged forged checks on him to the amount of 61 Mr Mullican filed tin affidavit that said checks con taining his signature were forged and Mr White was lodged in the Jefferson cation by others who are personally interested in the matter 1 Son Found After throe years of wandering over the face of the earth with a country circus a voluntary exile tram home and lost to parents and friends Leigh Wilson a youthful contortionist in a tent show was happily and reunited with his father in Kodgenville yesterday afternoon During all the years that the boy had been absent from home the father had prosecuted the search tor his whereabouts and their meeting in Hodgenyille was most unusual and a genuine surprise to both Three years ago young Wilson who was then only seventeen years of age disappointed in unrequited love left his home in St Louis Mo to face the worlds hardships telling neither fami ly nor friends of his determination At tractedAby the footlights he joined a circus troupe and roamed over the country never informing hid parents of his Wilsons iathera traveling many who had been on the search for the boy since he left home was visiting Hodg casually dropped in to see the circus A yoUthiul contortionist was doing his role when the man entered and as he finished hiss father recognized h mIheir eyes met and mutual recognition brought them to each others arms The meeting with his father brought a longing for home and mother to the boy and seeking the manager of the show he tendered his resignation with the company and father and son repaired to the telegraph station and wired tQt The mother cf their happy r l i i = ISIS SSSSiih Prices Alwayslowest 111 QualityGuar anteed MARK DOWN A- IjADIESrSkittilsilkand Petticoats Lingerie Tailored Waists Muslin Underwear Kimonas Wrappers Goods White Ginghams Lawns Embroideries Corsets Gloves CARPETS RUGS LINOLEUMS OIL CLOTH MA TTIl11 WALL PAPER Mens and boys ClothingShoes and Hats stocks too large and going tobegin right height reduce wine you want bargains come ROBERTSONCLAYBROOKICOaSPRINGFIELD SiSSuSsSSaSIiS Itt indentifie whereaboutsE trilsyesterday meeftfig A few moments later they were on their way to their St Louis home Wins The Prize The Democrat has forgotten the name of the Kentucky exchange from chppbdbutlifcoming meeting offers any prizes for the best of the truth we move that the prize be given to the writer Over near Fart Hill Cemetery they are telling a story on one of the na enjayAsgathered some nuts in the cemetery and on their way home stopped at the gate to dtvid e them In the dark they dropped a couple and rather than lose any more went into an old shack near the gate to finish their deyision At tracted by the light a colored man started to investigate but stopped shor when he heard voices saying One for you one for me One for you one for me Horrified he broke into a No Shoddy Merchandise uifs Dress Silks Goods laces Etcj GS pur season see SISiSISiS professionals Runaway unexpectedly performance prevarications run and rushed into the Bra Yff saloon with the statement that the Lard and the De il were up in Fort fliU Ceme tery dividing the souls between them They told him that was nonsense that it couldnt be and to show him how foolish he was one of the white men voluntered to go with him andshow him what a fool he had made of him self They started the colored man not very brave The boys were still dividing the nutsand as thY eJhearing gist snce near the gate they beard the One for you onfor me One for you one for fhft That 6 all here now lets go and get the two at the gate When last reported the fchite man was still m the lead 1 Stomach Troubles t Many remarkable cures ot stomach ChamberlainsOne man who had spent over two thou sand dollars for medicine and treatment was cured by a few boxes of these tab lets Price 25 cents Samples free at The Leo Haydon Drug CoiMfN MfT1IMSIIi L PUBLIC pF- H SALE Town Property for the purpose of settling the estate of the late- R Y McEIroy we will sell to the highest bidder on Saturday June I9fh At 2 OClock P M r The Residence and r W r BuildingI- n prinf field Ky opposite R C Boblitis Livery Stable rertos easy and made known on day of sale R Y McElroys Heirs Ts siStSIS1SSuSiSSS iS SSSSS I jSr I Yt 2iit i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 1 6 1969 J rZZ ++ i+ + + V Z ENTERTAINMENTi 1 I Saturday June 19th itTIT +AT THE Springfield Opera House W nY wl MISS MARTINS MUSIC CLASS and MISS GRAHAMS DRAMATIC ART CLASS t I UMR BOB I+ UNDER THE DIRECTION Otf1 MISt GRAHAM + t CAST 4 aa BarberRobert+ Jenkins Miss Rebeccas Butler Connor Williams A Rebecca Luke a maiden lady Katherine Nelson lots + OBrienMarion W Patty MISS Rebeccas maid Naomi r 411 Roersfit morningACTk JJC T h S ECALTYA Slight ill1stake I CAST t MartinMr lots + Fred and Sally ischi vousJfrankMedley and Lucille Noe WI Sam servant er Robertson OPERATTA + ip = TOEfLQWER NYMPHS SURPRISE r S BY MISS MARTINS MVSIC CLASS Z CAST RobertsAppolloThe 1 Z S Flower Nymphs Attendants upon an n HaysNaomi i WilliamsWor upon + WarrenMcClellan WLawrence OBrylxn tit + SYNOPSIS + ScenelEarly one morning in Flawerland while wandenng Lttabout waiting tor Aurora her Ny mphs are frightened bY a sudden xencounter with a lot of Imps Confusion ensues until Aurora ap Auroraandnin the Sunlight Palace The lhnps assert that Apollo isvery tiredWthe Silvery rs theZ W Silvery Bars of iW After the greetmg of Aurora and Apollo the Imps and Nymphs shower themwith sunshine and flow v erS and they start on their journey to the Sunlight Palace 4fa lots IJI SPECIALTIES Piano Duet Valse Venttienne Leon RIngUetLhi Catherine Nelson Miss Martin Piano DuetRo KowlskDelia fit Piano Solo Fireflies Frolic Mazurka BrilliantecSpencerDella Ray I1 Piano Duet The Witcher Flight H W Russell Eleanor Reed Della Ray Gregory A Male Quartette Alice IArc1 er Parks JK1 Warren McClelan AR Shultz Wallace Rogers LO Brvan lotsPiano Les Myrtles n tT =P Wach W 1Ai1Yr tf+ l HAPPY HOLLOW Mrs Edward Hanby spent Wednes day with her father Mr John Arm stro t Mr Ernest Shewmaker spent Satur day night with Mr Stepp Hughes of near Willisburg Rey and MrsWE Sutherland are visiting his father at this place Mrs John Armstrong and daughter spent Saturday night with the family of Mr J W Walls of Broolisvil e F Messrs Erastus Shields and Tom Set ales have purchased new rubbertire buggies Mr George Kays and wife spent sev oral days with the family of Mrs L M Clark t MjsgesEffie Coulter and Nellie Mcll MsxesJMessrs Ernest Shewmaker Waltert Hanby Eraijus Shields Tom Settles and Fitch Godby attended Childrens Day at Freedom Sunday Memorial services will be held at the L Hillsboro cemetery the first Saturday afternoon in July Several able speak ers will be present and everybody is cordially invited to attend Mr W G Dudgeon spent Monday with Mrs W E Sutherland spentSundayMrs Katherine Clark is very low at this writing j Mr Ballard Settles andMiss Eva In man Mr Wes Bailey andMiss Maud domSundayr Inman attended Childrens Day at reer Messrs Solomon Kays and John Crow were in Springfield on business Monday Rev J ASlms will preach at the Hillsboro church the third Sunday n this month Everybody is cordially invited to attend Chamberlains Cough Remedy the Best on the Market ltl have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy and find it to be the best on editorjIbaby had several colds the past winter and Chamberlains Cough Remedy al curedIIEEEEEEECrEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE EEEEEFEEEFEEEEEEEEEEEEFE- y r y A FTrsfClass Watch = E 1 Acurate TimeKeeper Fully Guaranteed T I wttiti a 3 3 3333 3 3 3 33 33 Jw IitZ Ai w W SOUTH BENDW T llr jT w WATCIIESW T tr ARE WHAT YOU WANTri Ilestt 3 tt3 33 ttt3tt33 3Jt3 tt3jt33tt333 t33 lJAMES J GRAVES 1 Watchmaker and Jeweler SprinffieldfVKy r ri I W V STALLARD D D S SPRINGFIELD KY PHONE 72 TEETH EXTRACTED WITHO- UTPiinorDangtr All Work Dune In this office is class in respect I just as advertised GUARANTEED filStI BaiOver McEIroy fe Shaders Grdcery aoaaaoooapoaa DQI Notes o aQVisitors In and Out of TownA a Round Up of the Weeks o Personal News baMrs Jennie Talbott and Miss Rose Carrico are in Lebanon today Mrs Joe Bishop is spending a few weeks at Tatham Springs Mr and Mrs G L Haydon spent Sunday in Bardstown Miss Hettie Rudd left last Thurs day for Bowling Green where she will take a normal course s Messrs JF Simms Leo Haydon anti L B Cain were in Louisville Sim day Mrs Sue Knott is spending a few days jMessrsHenry And Oscar Turner of Loins vole are guests of J C Shader Jr Mr and Mrs CH McIntire Will leave Thursday for Meade county to visit the latters parents Mr and Mrs R Q Craycrott Mr and Mrs Eiastus urton of Greenville Miss are guAs of the formers mother Mrs JamesEpptr- son Mrs W F Trusty and sons visited her mother Mrs Alice Miller pt New Hope the first of the week Mr Joe Whayne of Sherman Tex is visiting here Miss Bright of Lexington and Mr Starkof Hodgenyille are visiting at the home of Mr HM ONan Mr John cnmentSof Lebanon was here Sunday Mr John Claybrooke of Lexington is visiting friends and relatives here Mrs James C Cheschier of Ft Scott Zans arrived Saturday to visit her mother Mrs Mollie May Mr and Mrs Hewett Craycroft of Chicago III are visiting Mr Cray crofts sisters Mesdames G C Wharton and W D McEIroy IIMr and Mrs J F Greene and Mayme are visiting friends and relatives in Danville this week Miss Annie James of Harrodsburg is the guest of Miss Ellen Gregory of Pleasant Grove Miss Ida Charles Carroll of Louis ville and Miss Martha Waller of Paris are the guests of Miss Flaget Simms Misses Fannie McElroy and Lizzie Waferswi11 leave Thursday for Dyer Tenn where they will visit Miss Annie Latimer Misses Annie McElroy and Eunice ONan left today for Shelby ville where they will be the guests of Miss May Belle Gibbs Miss Nell Fogarty of Danville attended the commencement exercises at St Catharine Tuesday Mr James Wharton of Grand napidsMlch is the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs J L Wharton- u Mr and Mrs George Greene and little son of Louisville spent the first of the week with Mrs Greenes father Mr J A Shader Misses Alma Spalding Hilda Goodin and May McGill of Lebanon attended the meeting of the Alumnae at St Catharine Tuesday Mrs J J Maloney of Louisville attended the commencement exercises at St Catharine where her daughter Miss Marie Maloney is a student Mr Charlie Cooper of Louisville js the guest of iriendsheeI Miss Bertha flaydon returned home Tuesday after a visit to friends in Louisville J Mr and Mrs H P McGhdrd were in Louisville last week Mrs Sallie g rUe and neice and Miss Gertrude Sto ker of Bardstown attended the commencement exercises- at St Catharine Tu sday rMrs J J Mc abe returnedhome Sunday after penning several days in Louisville Mrs Mamie Powell of Oklahoma Gityhas been the guest of her sister Mrs W W Ray Miss Annie McDowell of Danville is visiting relatives here J KateWhartonrelatives n Louisville i r liT PAYS TO LOOK y 1 r Be Sure to Sew our bifferent Links If before making your purchases f 1 I 11OurII Ladies Wash Suits all co ilrsIAllNEW no old on sS2 tO 650 Ladles Wash Skirts Plain and Stripes ta350 I Ladies Muslin Wear A ver strong line with its All prices fail to seejt 1Ddnt tiJ101bersYbuying CATy F T ListJSo fail to see our of yards to select AH prices Look them over and you will find what you want r I do Kinds Stamping Nun dreds Patterns Work Guaranteed il GRUNDY I MclNTIREJ f Mrs w D McEIroy was in Louis ville last week rf Mr W R yisited his fam ily at this place last week Mr Perry Marks of Louisville is visiting here H IMr John Kelly has returned fro City Ind where he spent sev eral weeks Miss Margaret Shafler iSiVisiting in Louisville Miss Laura Shehan accompanied by Miss Ethel Bush of Bloomfield left last Friday for a visit to friends a- Paris Mr H D Stiles of Danville wa here the latter part df last week Miss Flora Mudd has returned home after spending month at New Haven with her brother Dr Ed Mudd and wife Misses Nell McGill Lois Johnston Emma Rose Polin and Zelma Mcllvoy who have been attending school at St Catharine have returned home Messrs Harry Shultz Parker Medley Spalding and J C Shader Jr who have beenattedmgSt Marys College have returned home Mr and Mrs C C McChord and Miss Margaret McChord of Louisville will arrive this week to spend the sum mer m Springfield Miss Hays oL loomfield has been visiting friends h rli r Miss Jennie Ragsda who has been- seriouslyiil is slowly recovering Rev WeH Williams spent last Thursday in Louisville Mrs McDowell of Danville is the guest of Mrs W C McChord Messrs Luther Burns and H M Grundy were among those of our citi zens who wore the fez in Louisville last week iy Mr Jack McChord Has returned from school at Danville He plans to spend the summer Hon W D Claybr poke We prophesy that this team of progressive will have an establishment that will put Burbank and the Department of Agri culture in the shade Miss Nannie and OllieCatlett have returned to Springfield after a two weeks visit at the home of Mr Ed Masters They took a prominent part intthe Childrens Day exercises at Mt on last Sundayi 4 Mr Jas of Webb City Me visited friends here the first of th Week X Mr Muratta is an old Springfield boy and has a host of friends heije who are always glad to see him M Muratta came to Kentucky to at tend the meeting of the Shriners in Louisville lashweek On last Tuesday night Miss Lucy Selecman entertained a few of her r 4- a 4 colors ONLY SO cants YNYou all know our Hosiery Lines TOPSY and BLACK These have been our special lines for years I ONCE A CUSTOMER AL WAYS A CUSTOMER WITH THESE LINES L MUSLINS Thousands from We all of I I Neikirk Richard Stlanna farmingwith agriculturists Muratta friends in honor of her cousin Mrs James Cheschier Mr James Muratta who has been visiting in the city charmed the guests by his beautiful selectiorsThosenjoyable evening Memorialm Lucienr only child of Mr and Mrs Wood Wayne died June 12 age one year and nine months He leaves to mourn his departure a father anttmoth totthe graye twen yone months ago All handsscould do was done but God saw best to take him home where all sorrow and suffering is unknown Lucien was a sweet little boy it was hard to give him up but parents it is not for us to ques tion Hfs will We should only remem ber He doeth all things well Remember that his feet will never know the paths of sin and sorrow that his trusting heart will never feel the anguish that has come to you and that some greatWhItetears from ypur eyes u treasureLittle measureCentered r Lucien grew each day the dearer As his happy life went on Till the angel coming nearer r Seemed to call and4ie was gone Luciens life was frail and tender leavesAnd render Tribute to the fate that grieves Mid the days in quiet sunshine v Sadad sweet with flowers bright Mid the grief we stiJIleme iPe1lLuciens spirjt tookits treasureWhoThus did gnef in full sad measure Come to us this sad June day j Thus were ties so sweet andtendr Broken neath the heavy tod Thus did we iti tears surrender Little Lucien back to God f Earth has lost its lookof morebrightinceTook its happy homeward flight A Friend Protect Your Families With Life Insurance i We can furnish you with Insurance that is selfsupporting in wse of total disability and oui 20 year contracts are guaranteed to pay out in 15 years ItIyou intend to purchase Life Insurance f t call on Leo H ydon or Lee VanArsdalc representing the Southern National Life Insurance Co E T WIGGINTON General Agent p TTTTWhat About That Visitorh Whfeih a visitor rushes in on you unexpected or for your Sunday Dinner or any old day when you want a good Dessert for your dinner call us and order Bomb i Ice Cream Strawberries Cakes t a Rolls Pies Fruits t In fact anything you want We have them and are always glad to serve you Vv Try our y Cream Bre dits delicious These hot and somethingCoot Visit oui SodaFountain J Try some fresh Strawberriesr witbyour Sundae i i Katie HertleinBr 0t f c y ft l i I i 1 THE SPRINGFIELD SUNV WEDNESDAY 1 JUNE 16 ioc t i r I f H I t 1 IJL z i 1 h JUv 1tTTc J r 1 f 1ItS lri iS f L IS S Is the LAST DAY to Get t5iit The Kentucky FarmerA WEEKL JOURNAL REPRESENTATIVE oF AND DEVOTED TO THE AGRICULTURAL AND LIVE STOCK INTERESTS PF KENTUCKY AND THE SOUTH r i tJ FREE for Three Months 1 c t 1BY SUBSCRIBING FQR THE SUN OR RENEW r i ING YOUR SUBSCRIPTION 1 ii r = t ic= f r = ff1 Send Chick Paper Money or Posfoffici Money Order and take advantage of this offer t lrn c iIsThe Springfield Sun i iu I S 2 T H Springfield JCy VrS J t3tl J = Ji F i r 1 n c tI r 1 1 1rl IlIi1Iwi ii Sh dt Jh i tw3j bf3J I f1VBOOOKMfADrARM Jy i From tlie TerVr8t got tie cpH ao eutpmed to j = = An oil barreV cut In two makes an excellent drinjig tub I SMOre care has to be used In feeding ornand wheat to horses than In teed c L1ng oats = Keep the little chIck dry Nothing 1in such a fruitful source of disaster with them as wet and cold provideLcan help themselves Millet hay if cut at the right time and wellcured is better hay than tIm- othy especially for sheep t The Babcock test Is the only method by which you can be certain that your cows are giving you a square deal Remember that the flrst grass of the spring is rather a light and flimsy feed It has not the food properties of the later grass Make It ja rule to cut sprouts from the orchard trees three times during the seasonin the spring in June and the first of September Dont turn the stock on the pastures wlille they are soft You will lose more in damage to the grass than you will gain by the feed the stock will get Get the sheep shearing out of the wayand dip the sbeep as soon as you get the wool off them A second dip ping should be given ten days later Have the Iamb peis tightly boarded at the bottom not only to keep the SISSISUSSISS If ISSISSS1SSS1SISISSS f c8 E5WEEKIY COURIERJOURNAL Henry Wattirson Editor t t Isa national Newspaper Democratic in LL politics It prints all the new without fear or favor The regular price is JLQO 1 a year but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL and t5 IH5 THE jSCAV BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONIii Jit rslOH H S m ou w11 give or send your order to thisIj papernot to the Courier Journal j 2 Daily CourierJournal one year f f 600 Sunday Courier Journal one year 200 We can give you a combination cut rat i 7 on Daily or Sunday if you will write this HT paper- S j S jT is SIsLstuLiSSSISSss1SISPaiTo + y= C II j little fellows from wandering pit but to prevent drafts from striking them The reason that skim mllkis such a splendid food for young and growing stock Is that It Is rich In protein food which Is needed for muscle and bone building t Catalpa cuttlngs will grow in good sollU the cuttings are made after the leaves have started With a years grpwth the cuttings c3n be transplant ed to permanent locations The higher temperature at which the milk Is run through the separator the WillibeA large log can be easily turned into a email garden roller by putting an Iron pin In the center at each end and making a framework which will permit the log to revolve on the PIus In transplanting strawberries an ordinary lInt masons b o elwilI be found serviceable Pushed back and forth it will make a wedgeshaped opening into which the young plant can be put Remember the feeding of a young brood sow should vary from that of the hog Intended for market In the former you are building a foundation of muscle and bone and vigorous health In the latter you are looking for weight Feed little fattening foods to the former and give arun on jiaJiire for the latter give a ration of fat forming foods In experlments by the Neoraskal- station to discover the pulling of harness tugs it was found that they began t6 give way at IJOSO pounds and adlngltIt was concluded that since the trite Atlve force necessary to haul a loaded wagon on an earth road In fairly good toneIthefIa liInch tug Is capable of safely haul- Ing practically six tons On It mac clpubledrtthat where harness Is new It will stand any strain that iriy team can put upon It It Is only after the harness be comes weakened by Improper care and lack o4 oil that there Is danger of breaking cow esttng associations were thred years ago established under law in Canada and the Influence of their work has been strikingly apparent During last year as high as 6600 csw were under test per month A Cia dian authority says regarding the ie suits that some of the cows tested AS low as 22 per cent In butter fat Five different cows in the same district Iri 1 i F JI= July gave yields of 540 630 720 840 and 970 pounds of milk respectively for the The best of these gave 480 pounds more than the poorest The best cow In one herd gave in seven months 5595 pounds of milk and 186 pounds of fat This milk made 509 pounds of cheese and was valued at 5595 These were the summer months and the feed was valued at three dollars per month or 21 In all thus leaving a profit of 3495 The poorest cow In this same herd gay 2790 pounds of milk and 110 pounds of fat Her milk made 272 pounds ol cheese and was valued at 2790 which at the same cost for feed as the other cow left a profit of only 690 This Is the kind of work the owtestJng association is doing It Is showfng up the unprofitable cow In very bad Ight She deserves it and the sooner the dairymen find out all about her the better for their bank account Dairymen who have stuck to the cowtesting work have found that It paYB1 Dont Preach Aboi t Hoqie Trade andat the same time send your orders for printing out of town1our feome printer can do your work ifost as good and in nine cases out of ten he can beat city mans prices because he pays much less for running ex penses By sending your next printing order to this office youll be better satisfied all aroundand ypuH be keeping Jbtnaney at hone IiI MAKE YOUR APPEAL the public through the of this paper tto eyery issue it arries message into the homes lives of the people I competitor has his store news in this issue Why dont you have yours Dont blame the people ftr flocking1 to hit store They know what he hast 4 1 I riI II r S ha QaQ Q aQQQQOO08000QDOJ Q 90 I 1ORSALELl 1A FARM of 28O AcresI Q Situated 4 12 miles from Bardstown on Coxs Creek 2 n- Q This farm contains 90 acres ofnevoverflowingbottoni 2 lad 90 cres timothy clover and blue grass and timothy g and clover meadow 15 acres of valuable blue grass woods 5 Plenty of good TOBACCO LAND Fine young Orchard J Dwelling and outbuildings A bargain at50 an acre g I gForJf a tJoaaaaQ aaaQaoaaoaooaoJIQ r MR BRYANS PLANS In response to repeated demands coming from Yery section of tke uiiit i States llr Bryan will conduct a yJjrorous Campaign ef Education through Ch 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150 Weekly Louisville Herald150American50We-ekly Cincinnati Enquirer O 175 Weekly Atlanta 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Republic 175 SniWeekly St Louis jSlgbe Democrat 175 ThriceaWeek New York Worlds 175 Home and F rmii 125 American Agriculturist i 175 American Epitomisl 150 I American Fatmetmi 150 Breeders Gazette V 225 Gentleman 200Country Jr vi Farm and Fireside Iv25 Farm Field and Fireside I7 Review of Reviewsc 32S 1agazIne2ScibniLedger Monthly17 435HarpersSunny South15qIi L = Iz = t JuilgeWr ByvEDITH MORGAN WILLETT Copyright by J B Lippincott Co The dinner was nearing its close when the conversation took ona dis Utfctly adventurous tone Halfway down the room a white haired general began to indulge In wildwestern reminiscences which led to modern cowboy anecdotes a personal bout with brigands described by a Sicilian traveler and finally the dis cussion of a robbery This last wasoccupying the atten tion of the table when the host bent toward his righthand neighbor Speaking of that holdup on the R and P he remarked dropping his voice confidentially reminds me of r little personal experience of my own many years ago Now would you ever Imaginemy flear lady that your humbles rvant here once caused the wrecking ota train You the baroness ejaculated in credulously as hiersiraply nodded Ah then she drawled In her pretty bro ken English ifwas an a cident sure iyrNot a bit of it the judge assured her with an emphatic tug at his white mustache On the contrary it was premeditated In cold blood with the fullest intention I deliberately wrecked that train His last words spoken unconscious ly in a higher key carried the length of the long table haut a sudden hush and the judge up fqund to his dismay that a dOzen pairs of eyes were fQcused upon him A compromising statement upon my word Mr Justice humorously ex postulated an attorney general two seats down One of our lawgivers a trainwrecker My lear sir doesnt that call for a life sentence A mysterious twinkle danced In his hosts eye State prison undoubt lyhe agreed But if one considers the provocation He hesitated a moment noting the vivid interest and astonishment on every face Well well I believe Ill have to tell you that story and let you decide for yourselves if I dont deserve to be jin penal servitude at this very moment Whereupon leaning back in his chair and fixing a reminiscent gaze on the ceiling the judge began i Let me see I must have ben a chap of 25 thereabouts at the time I speak of practicing law in Charles ton for this all happened In the late fifties for de wah Jim Blake a chum of mine one of the best boys that ever breathed Che fell in second Manassas iiad asked dome of us fellows to a Christmas pajrty at his place up the Ash ley so one cold evening a dozen youpg sports piled into two double buggies as we call em and drbve down there reaching Medway just as the sun was setting behind the Big House In the doorway stood the coloriel to welcome us and when we had shakeor hands with the old gentleman there was a general stampede upstairs to get dressed for dinner after which we were booked for a dance at a neighbor lug plantation uGad he chuckled HIan just see Jims room that night crowded with men getting into tight waistcoats parting their hair smoking talking and laughing while outside the door you could hear the darkies running up and down with va isesarid hot drinks Every other moment too jthered be the sound of wheels coming up to the bouse girls voices the swish of skirts along the hall and giggles oh those giggles t Somehow or other I got dressed first and went downstairs ahead of the others for I remember I had just closed the door behind me and started alone down the hallthe bare high ceilinged jhall typical of a plantation house when I saw lying on the floor a small threecornered note which someone must have dropped on the way up There was no sfgnotan address on the outside when I examined It andt no envelopesso there was nothing for it but io open the thing Well what elsecould Ihave done CThfs with a defiant glance around the table hTw rliIecondsafter fVwas sorry enough I had uIndeedit was a pretty horneta nest to stumble Into for this Is what I read ina bold mactillnebandM- YdeltrcsillGIN ThIs1stote1i you that are completed for our and pair will be wail- Ing at the Slrhohdtons lackfrate tonight and you and I must slip away after the first german My clarical friend Bennett has promised to perform the ceremony fthat alT should go smoothly and we cu to Charleston by midnight Only whatever happens meet me at theball a That was the end no signature and not the slightest clew tt the sender or to the girl to whom H was written Well I put that mysterious note In my pocket and went downstairs deter mined to keep a weather eye open and watch for developments uIn due time the ladies made their appearance and as Ms Blake pre sented us and couple after couple flIed into the dining room I stood in the doorway scanning each lovely face and wondering what it concealed Thejudge lolwered his voice UA cousin of Jims Jfcll to my share and though it seems Incredible I assure you that as soon asI offered that girl my arm something Instinctively told me that she was the owner of the note Intuition Is a wonderful thing and there wasa certain suppressed excite u IrfJ 0 I ment about hera slight nervousness that made me positive before We had exdhanged half a dozen words that J was on the right track She was one of our dashing south ern beauties that put a man on his mettle t and added to this in my case was the tantalizing consciousness that In a few hours she would bel ng to another Well it was a long dinner and 1 made the most of my opportunity UBy the time those ten courses were ended I was head oyer heels in love with the girl beside me and mined that somehow or other deterI 1allsor f ulI would prevent that rUllawaymatchI But how to do it Outside In the yard where bonfires were blazing I gould see the horses eing hitched Into the various buggies and knew that my time was short After our wine and cigars someone suggested dancing till the traps came around and they got an old fiddler in from the quarters to play the glide for us Through the big halfopen doors I watched her while she danced the thought of that midnight elopement making me almost beside myself with fury while I vainly cifdgeled my brain for sonie scheme sonic stratagem to keep her away from the ball She had ona beautiful dress the judges eyes grew dreamyone- of those fragile creations that seem made of spiderwebs and moonbeams and as I watched her long trailing skirts float round her she was danV cing with a certain excited reckless ness a fiendish idea took possersison of me The hour was growing late and many whitecloaked figures had passed down the steps and driven off with their escorts when my chance came I knew she was to go In one of the last carriages and waited until the trap was actually on its way around the drive before I dashed into the hall and peremptorily demanded one last dance She pouted charmingly and demurred insisting that it was much too late but I was not to be gainsaid and as the old chap played Maryland My Maryland we waltzed slowly up to the end of the room 1 Outside came the cattle of Wheels Well I set my teeth and down went my heel Zipl purrr F What a tear Oh it iWas Cruel work andvl shall never jorget the wrath and dismay in that girls face She gave one horrified4 cry and sprang back trying to disentangle her Jskirt but I was In for It now and floundered desperately ahead leaving ruin in my track My dear ladies the havoc I made oti her skirt fulfilled my wildest hopes That train was an absolute wreck The judge paused relishing the sud den stupef action of his audience anh then proceeded imperturbably TheY brught down thread and needles and some of the girls offered to stay behind and help her patch itup but of course she wouldnt hear of that and they all went off leaving her behind mending away for dear 1ievnAh it was a tremendous piece of work and after sewing diligently for half an hour she gave up In qtespair resigining herself to the inevitable and to me here the judge smiled con sciously for I stayed behind too Much clapping of hands with laugh ing applause greeted this surprising announcement and qhly the baroness remonstrated v But how about the poor lover who was waiting for her she Inquired the other man HOh that turned out all right her host declared cheerfully HIJe met his fiancee at the ball by the way she must have been the darkhaired young lady whom the colonel took In to din ner so they ran away together got married and livjbd happy ever after so far as I know You see he explained noticing the puzzled look of his hearers after all Jims pousin proved not to be the owner of tha note I wasnt quite as clever as I thought this with a rueful smile and mistook the natural excitement of a debutante over her first ball for that of a girl on the brink of an elopement HAh ab There was a 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Derringer who has been suf lrlng from a severe attack of pneii mbnia is convalescent at this writing J Messrs B D Lake an Fleece Bos Thy ofSpringfie1dwere indoor midst Wednesday t Johnnie Piles of Mclntire visited relatives at this place Saturday and unday Tiegora Janes of near Springfield wjis in our village Saturday and pur chased a new runabout from our local ealervjiliss Mattie Tucker of near Fred enekabn was in our midst Saturday eMiss Pearl GSatley has returned to c ier home here after a weeks visit to XT and Mrs Jeff Settle at Maud Mivand Mrs M Reed entertained as vfuests to dinner on Sunday Mr and MWJ Thos Reed and Mr John Reed of Booker Misses and Nellie FOOl t Irs1Benedicta son oti Hardesty visited relatives here Sun day TAr and Mrs Edward Janes of Springfield visited relatives at this placeSundayIDonahue had as guests to Tmner Sunday Mr Brown SP lamilyIt I Mr J R1 ONeal and iIabopttwentyof their friends to an ele gant repast Sunday t John Janes and wife visited relatives jiearSpringnekLSuhday l Mr7and Mrs Ben Janes of Science Hall visited relatives at this place Sunday l Pbtsey Briggs visited at Mt Zion Sunday 4it is a source of great pleasure to see an increase in the county newsI columns and we are glad seeSQ much interest manifested in the welfare of The Sun Let each corre ipbndent try to get up a communication each week even though it be a short one it enlivens the life in the rural districts and adds new life to our paper Next week we wish to read a lettern from every single and married corre aondentnthe county We thank Deep Creek for the trihute tp the humble scribe from this plaoe Mr of near Springfield was m Btwards pChe rains bavere tarded farm work to a Very great ex tent i Tobacco and corn fields are mas j see of weeds and grass and unless settled Weather comes as a relief ther work will be increased tenfoldR 4t PLEASANT GROVE I ii ijrs viitinirieBelle Kays is a8 at Willisburg Mesdames Lizzie Reed and Mattie J r goo were in Springfield Saturday Mr Cal Shewmaker has returned ipnie aftra visit withhis son Charlie hewmaker at Texas Mr George Moore was the guest of friends CornishviHe Sunday fMiss Lillian Leachman spent Sunday Iii lllisburg1MISS s with her brother Mr Ed VrBircL Mr and Mrs John Leachmaii attend e i Childrens Day at Mt Freedom SUiy i1i1L Charlie Grimes of Dixville spent 7 Saturday and Sunday with his brother Golumbus Grimes rMrs kjToin Baker spentseyeral day I atValleyIjMrsJUlia Leachman spent Saturday Mrs Sullie Gregoryi Mrs Belle Hagan fSpnngfield and Mrs Kate Litsey of Pleasant Grove pent Thursday with Mrs LizzieRe d andFriday withMrs Mattie Dragoo Henrv Reed was the guest of J S Leachman Friday JfjYotiare Worth 50000 Dont Read This This wilt not interest you if you ar i iwerth fifty thousand dollars but if you are a man of moderate means and can aot afford to employ a physician when you have an attack of diarrhoea you will be pleased to know that one or two doses of Chamberlains Cc1ic Choler and Diarrhoea Remedy will cure it This remedy has been in 4se for many i years and is thoroughly reliable yL2icentsFor sale byThe Leo PriceI q ru u At I r ROOFINGt Now is the time for that tin roof you want on We can furnish you all kinds of Tift Iron Paper or Ruberoid Roofing 1 mto 350 p Square If your roof is in need of Re pairs be sure to see us J WE GUARANTEE ALL OUR WORK PlumbingaSpeeialty We also carry the Best Line in Town of Builders Hardware and Farmers Tools If you are needing a SEWING MACHINE be sure to call on us before buying Make Our Store Your Headquarters r HatchettiAnderson Springfield Kentucky J MclNTIRE Mrs Tom Fileatreau of Louisville is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Geo Edelen this week I f Mrs J R Montgomery and children are soending a few days in Lebanon the guests of relatives Mr Tom Williams after spending a few dayslwl1hhisparentsatthis place has n Mr Earl and Leon Blandfrd spent Sunday at St Marys Mr Arch Cusic who has been quite sick with pneumonia is sojnewhat im proved at this writing Mr and Mrs Mannv Alvey visited friends at Daunts Station Sunday plowingImare killed by lightnine Rob was on the cultivator but strange to say did not aven feel the spockof the bOlto The other horse fell to the ground but was not killed Mr Mclntires two little sons who were near at the time were knocked down and considerably shaken up but not seriously injured Mrs Joanna Murphy diedather home here June 10th She was a widow of the late Mike Murphy and was a de vout member of the Catholic Church Her remains were interred at St Rose A good many from this place attended the commencement exercises at St Marys arid St Catharines Tuesday Rich Mens Gifts Are Poor beside this Iwant togo on record as saying that I regard Electric Bitters as one of the greatest lifts that God has made to woman writes Mrs 0 Rhine vault of Vestal Center NY 1 can never forget what it has done for me This glorious medjcfiie gives a woman jubiflanthealthness Sleeplesaness Melancholy Headache Backache Fainting and Dizzy Spells soon bjiids up the weak ailing and sickly Tty them 50c at Haydon Robertsons Tobacco Hogshead I We are preparing to fur nish the trade tobacco Hogsheads this year We assur good manufacture and prompt service Re member this when you KOQ to buy e Let us Take Your Order IROOFINGVe are prepared to mend your root or to sell you anew one at the lowest prices i Flooring and Ceiling sWe are prepared to furnish you with all kinds of newiWr will Compete with the world on Prices Springfield Lumber Co Jr l1C J fENWICK t MrJ EGraves is very ill at this writing Mr W T Anderson andfamily spent Sunday with his mother Mrs G Ki Anderson and family Misses Verna and Ethel Rogers spent Saturday night with their sister Mrg C W Adams of this placed Mr John Kelly is on the sick list at this writing Mr Frank Graves and wife and son spent Saturday night and Sunday with R B Graves and family The following were guests of Mrs Rachel Anderson and daughter last Tuesday Misses Ella Lizzie Rose and Emma Adams Pearl FenwickMrs Anna McCarty and children Elizabeth and Ijinmas Alt report an enjoyable time Mr J I Brewer and family were The guests elf W A Barker andwife Misses Adrav Canary and Margaret Hyatt were the guests of Misses Sadie and Louise Fenwick of this place Satur day night Miss Anna Welch of Burgin spent last week with her sister Mrs Ella Graves of this placeSMr and Mrs Lloyd Fenwick and two sons Loraine and Bennie were the guests of Mr and Mrs Jas Anderson of near Texas Mrs Rose F nwick was the guest of RogersIMisses Rose and Emma Adams and Pearl Fenwick were the guests of Mrs Zilpha Matherly last Monday night Miss Birdie Shewmaker is the guest of her cousin Miss Anna Shewmaker of this place this weekSMrTimd Mrs W A Barker were the guests of Mrs Nannie Fenwick and family Saturday last Misses Frances Litsey and Sue Edger tonwere in our vicinity Friday after noon Mr Morgan Cheatham and wife were the pleasantguests of rrJ1J D Burns and wife Sunday Messrs Will Stanley and Irvin Lpgs dpn were the guests of their cousin Mr Edgar Anderson Saturday Mr Sam Rowe of rbar Mackyille was in our vicinity Sunditpatternopn Mr arid Mrs C W Adams attended church at Springfield Sunday Mr Robert Milton wife and baby were the pleasant guests of Mrs Nellie Logsdpn and family Sunday Illegal to Drink Liquor Beginning Tuesday it is a crime to drink intoxicating liquor even from jyour pwn bottle In the State ofKansas The law which is said to be the most drastic in existence was passed by the last liegislatuie in an endeavor to supplement the prohibition law violations of which have been notorious The new law went into effect Tuesday Until a year ago joints were openly conduct ed in Topeka Leavenworth Wichita Kansas City Kans andothersof the larger cities of the State under asys pavepracticall Of Interest to Farmers and Mechanics f Farmers and mechanics frequently meet with slight accidents and injuries which cause them much annoyance and loss of time A cutor bruise may be cured in about onethird the time usual jChatnberlamsiniment ceived This linimeiit is also valuable for sprains soreness of the muscles and rheumatic pains There is danger of blood poisoning resulting from an injury appliedbefore HaydonDfl2CO Try Kentucky Star flour So good fAIRVIEW Gee Moul was the guest of Miss Mollie Hines Sunday Mrs Ed Smothers and children visited the home olL D Carney a part of last week Mr Ben Pile dln1Irith hissister Mrs J E Stevenson Friday We regret to hear pf the illness of Johnnie Hines Mrs Obd Cheatham spent Saturday night with her son Bert Cheatham Rev Hamilt1w1l1 preach at New Hope Sunday Our farmers are done setting tobacco John Comstock was in Standford TuesdaySj Try Kentucky Star Flour its made i like grandfather used to make it I Keritupky Star Flour Best made Try Kentucky StaiFurSoood HowsThisIt We jDfFer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case ot Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Cat trh Cure F J CHENEY CO Toledo O- We the tindersigned have known F J Cheney for the pastfitteen years andS believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by firmWALDING KINNAK MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly acting directly upon the blood and mucuous surfaces of the system Testi monials senjrftee Price 75c per bottle Sold by druggists Take Halls Family Pills jor constipa tion c 4S 4 MACKVILLE Prof W J Matherly has returned home from school for a few weeks va cation His friends are glad to welcome him home Remember the play given by the yodng people IttheMEChurcf of this place on Thursday night June 17 Proceeds for benefit of church Everybody invited to attendSThe two daughters fMrJSharp are visiting the borne of their father this week Mrs Lizzie Anderson of Louisville is visiting relatives ofthis place Mr Jdhnie Wycoff and daughter Malvena were in Lebanon Sunday Messrs Vilgil Mayes Marshal Mayes and Oliver Kays were in Perry Jle Sunday afternoon The people of the Christian church will have interesting exercises on Sun day night June 20 Liked to Do Mans Work- Because of the declaration c IT yearold Annie Bugelnorth of Burling ton Conn that she wore male attire because she liked it her father Au gust Bugelnorth a farmer has been saved from going to Jail He was ar rested on complaint of neighbors who insisted that he forced the garb and the toll upon his daughter to save the wages of a hired man The father was followed to the loclcup by his daughter In a high state of rage and after explanation before the local Justice of the peace the father was discharged The girl clad in a rough working suit overalls and a sombrero said that she could not be happy without continued life in the open air and plenty of work I can make a marts wages she said and I can have all a mans fun Im not dOing any harm and I want to be let alone There are not men ebough in this town anyway Im Just stepping out oJ the way tc make room for the girls who are so crazy about getting married Wrong Estimate of Success Dr Eliot lately president of Harv ard university said recently ata reception in New York My career ap pears to strike a considerable number pf people as a successful one People Congratulate ttie on what they call my 1U C my career has certainly not eSSf I In what Is consid SSiButereji American Idea of success y way It Is ajsuc cess In terms of service servlcevto the community Now does not this refute the common opinion that the American estimate of success is a n6 cunlaryioneDr Eliot then related an Incident in one of his travel by boat when ute vessels officers came to him and said We officers want o ask you a qu3stIon We know you aie nqwYhrbeingDr Eliot did not repeat his reply but concluded his remarks on the subject by saying The realAmerican esti mate of success In the world Is servO- Iceablene9sand not wealth G FALL OUT HE MEANT The YouthDo you use anything for your hair The Ancient No I Just let it grow OUL Kentucky Pair Dates The following are the dates fixed fDr holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1909 as far as reported v Stanford July 31s days Henderson July 7days Georgetown July 275 days Lancaster July 283 day Madisonvilk August 35 days Winchester August 34 days Danville August 44 days Blue Grass Fair Lexington August 96 days Taylorsville AugO4 days daysHarrodsburg Leitchfield August 174 days Lawrenc burg August 174 days Barboursville August 183 days Brodhead August lSS days Shepherdsville August 183 days Ewing August 193 days ShelbyvilU August 245 days Springfield August 5T4 days London August 254 days Florence August 254 days Frankfort Augubt 314 days daysTompkinsvilledays Fern September 15 days Bardstotyn September 14 days Hodgehville September 73 days daysGlasgow LouisvilleSeptembet Scottsville September 163 days Bedford October 12days 3 THEWOWDS 6HEATEJTSEWIH IWttrtt w LIGHT EBt4 Ifyou want either ft Vibrating Shuttle RoUry Shuttle or a Thread fCuztodKMkj Sewing Machine write to THE NEW HOME SEWINI MACHINE CIMPAiT Orange Mass Many sewine machines are madeto sillreeardlesB eC quality but the New Home is made towsar Uir guaranty never runs out hId bjr aatberizcd dealers Md7 SFOR SAtE Eel M Russell SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN We earnestly request the patrons of this column o us when you sell your stock ttc so we can discontinue the advertisement Under this bead all persons who are subscribers to The Sun may insert free of charge advertisements of wheat corn oats and other waMedLandserted in another department of tkpaper at othingW D Claybrooke Sprmfield has for sale 700 feet of tobacco Will sell cheap fitCL Brady Rt 3 for sale 350 feet of tobaccp beds C H Montgomery Springfield has for salei500 feet 01 tobacco bed Mrs Sam Tucker Rt 1 has for sale Rhode Island Red eggs From pen 100 v for 15 from yard 50q for 15 J L Ajllen Springfield has for safe a 2yearold colt y Lloydnavdon JrRto4 has for settingofR A Thompson Fredericktqwn has for sale 400 bushels of corn S B Nally Rt2 has for saleafine Jack registered ready for use Twill A sell worth the money v Mrs J M Elder Rt 3 Lebanon Ky has for sale B P Rock eggs 50c for 15 V J K Cheatham Sprinsffield has fortV sale a pair of nice mare mules well broke Also a pair of nice young jacks H S Litsey Rt 4 has for sale a lot of English Maple trees Mrs B L Litsey has for sale S C B Leghorn eggs S C Buff Orpington eggsr from pen 1OQ for 15 v Tieo Nally Rt 2 has for salie Pitt w Game Eggs Setting of 16 tor 5OCor 3for125 0 Mrs C C Christie Lebanon Rt3Ihas for sale pure sn comb brown Leghorn eggs 15 for 5Uc vM Mrs J I Martin Rt 1has for sale- S C Rhode Island Red eggs From pens 150 and 250 for settbg of 15 From yard 50c for 15 eggs 1rlrsR B Greg r Rt 3 Lebanon thoroughbredand B P Rocks 50c for 15 Telephone A C Kimball Spnngfieid hufort jsale White Plymouth Ro keggs 100 for 15 H S Litsey Route 4 has for sale a good 3yearold mule Jack Sell worth the money WIH Leachman Rt 3 has for sal s ed corn WP Merrtt Springfield has for sale Boone County White Seed Corn jjlastMrs John Leachman SpnngfieW wants to buyr KiuJerseycow ti1rt It 1tt2r t SEWjQ MACHINL aoJuiEAIHa HK3H G ADt IIresTRoNcET GUARANTEE National ScwIi fJMtchlne M 7 BLVIDII ItflIS J