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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 F t j r0 Iv tgfltthF t 1 i r j DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY IiOLUr V p t j b1S flIWIELOj KYr WEDNESDAY JUNE f 23 1909 I r a NUMIER2S 1 HONORED CAREERl I f Qf Brgtfgjitto End Mon ay When- judge Emmet Field Expired In His Cdurt Room One of The Best Known And Most Highly Respected of Kntuckys Jurists Judge Emmet t Field deaA of the Lou jsville iench and probably the best known circuit jqdgem Kentucky was r atrickeh with heart disease Monday morning justj before opening hisVourt 1died beforrI1ewcal u1could reach r twentythree yearsjJudgWField had been Judge of the Commori Pleas PviRiontof the Jefferson Circuit Cotirt During his incumbency he jijt only dis played Treat ability as a jurist and at student ot law but his character was so exalted and his decisions 50 just that he was respected by men of all walks of life all parties and all creeds An instance of this was recent y seen when the Republicans of Louisville offered to make him their nominee for Circuit Judge Judge Field refusidhowever inasmuch as he o accept 1noinkation from the Democratic party Ialone In Louisville he was probably the strongest mantne Dembcrats had apd his death will prove a severe blow to them in the coming camjaign feFielddecidedimportance among them being the BQttQwilJcase and the GkebelTaylor contested flection cases To Springfield people tie news of FJdge Fields death com iiith agjeat shock JtJwasf h re immediately after he nad been mustered out bf the ConI lederate Army that he began the fice of law It was alsoiKerer that he married his wife having ibeen Miss Susan McElroy daughter lof the late Anthony M Elroy and sisterofMessrsI C 1R A C W T Toy and Mrs Palmer Grujtdyiif this place Mrs Fieldand th fdllowing children sUrviveJudge Field Wm ILIMrs Peter Nicholsopand Misses LaMary and Elizabeth Fi iAside from being a learned and fear less judge Judge Field was Ia hristanI gentleman and for years had ekfer in the Crescent Hill Pres8itenan church Successful Entertainment FtIThe iuuiclassof Miss Frances Mar tin and the lpcution S Miss Maggie Graham gaye avery en joy entertainmen t the Opera House last Saturday nighti s Gra Tiamn tw act comedy to the ot C large audience present An operetta The mower Nymphs Surpris was wet Rendered by Miss Marina music xilassJ The talent employed in bjoth the comedy and the operetta was local and considering that most ot the performers were uite young the eri ertamment was most creditable in every and the respective instructors arito be congratulated upon what they have ac complished afe evidenced by Saturday evenings performance Base Ball vOn Friday of lastweek the Spring field base ball team played fts first 1 opponentsrwere the Bardstown boys a4idtha game was played on the grounds 0f 3h4 latter team The game resulted in a VICtory for the Bardstown team by a sicore of 6 tol The teams were morel eyenly matched however than the score indicates and had it not been fwjjgawrai very mopportim ejjoJWth Eorrie boys woul made it eyeD liveliier than ey dioTfor their opponents Trie feat ure of the game was the plaving of Berry at second base and Hogarty at short The battenes for Springfield were Robertson and Mirks nd for Bardstown Hagan and Fulton Bards town made 4 hjts and 8 errors Spring field 4lhits and 4 errors The ga ne was witnessed by a good sized jc ow4 Manager Greene will take his team isalsO1tr1inktoget ti t WiliProbateJ Bardstown Standard The will of hn A Bishop dated January 1 1009 Was probated Monday He e ves property of which he was posseased at date of will to his wife Mattie Bishop also the home place where they resided at time of making will to herj for life at her death said propery to go to his son S H Bishop bf Springfield if living if nqt property to go to legal heirs TJhe will provides that son agreeing present homerpaybe sold and money reinvested in another home to b e also subject to provistons of will as above stated Alsp v ife and son agreeing either piece of property may be sold and money for sime divided between them His land jlOO acres on Simpson Cfeekiis devised one third interest valued at 2000 t6his wif e for life on her death to son if living if not to nephew Thomas Mulligajn of Louis ville Ky and remaining tjwb thirds to son in fee simple Jf disjsatised with interest from her one third interest In his land the wife is gven right to sell and take her part interest in lanato stand fOr money value to son until m neyis id hint The will further provides that ill personal property accruing to estat after date Idividedlegal proportion By the provision of the wJH the son is to paj Funeral exp nses and all justdebtsc SIDE I GLANCE Washington County Horse Sees lfi U t Auto Quits Crinking 1I and Runs parr sburg Herald ast Sunday twib young men fromnear Mackville Whrh a been spending nthu day at High r g e had quite an at venture near Shs ker trough They wer e on their re tun ana stopped to water their horse wh n they found that he jiBS unable to drink with the bit in fcis mouth and took the bridle off Jug as the horse got his nose in the water a bg touring ckr steamed around th bend in the rpad and the animal got a side glance at it He at once became frightened as- he was fronV Washing in county and this was very likely the first machine he had ever seen They nng man who had gotten out to takoff the bridle was unable to hold the horse having nothing with which to co trol him and the boy in the buggy was jerkedso suddenly that he could lot get out at first and was compelle I to remain in the tossing vehicle till th y had climbed the hill where he final y managed to get out without injur t ou hthe hors kept g iniThe animal was stopped about two miles own the road near Howard Forsythes and was com pletelv fagged out by the terrific pace which he had gone The young men walked down the road ur til they found their borse and pursue i their way toward Washington county 7TheHJ6r aid reporter was unablj tolearnUi names of these young f ntlemen who had such a narrow escapt Forged Checks The following was clipped from the Louthvill Evening Post f Mfndayand concerns the man who is illeged forged the name of Mr jreo Mullican of this It is also a piistake as to hisiiaying taken a bi rich of signed checks as the checks procured were from the private chec ibook of Mr Mullicnbut were unsigr ed J C White who th police syAs- wanted in thIs city for assing alleged forged Checks on hote Is and business houses ivas arrested Sa urday night in IndIariapoJs fcy detects es of that city at hfs home 949 Alaba a street The arrest was nade at th instigation of th ppfice departments f Winchester Ky and Louisville Accojcding to inform tion furnished the local police department by the Chief of Police of Winchest jKy White while in that city several weeks ago is alleged to have entered the office of J C Mulligan whre he iieeured a pack age of signed checks Winchester authoriUsstate that before leaving the town passed ilThe the checks on VVoodson Moss rof a hotel The local police were then notified anij one of the checks for 2 WLJp8SSedf the Fifth Avenue1 Hot l J lt 11 PEN A LETER To All MinisterVfn Kentucky t Second Whirlwind u Campaign The Second Whirlwind Campaign for public education in Kentucky will conducted from Monday June 28 to and incladmg Saturday JuIY31pe entire State will be covered by speak- era of exceptional ability You know somethir g of the great awakening last year thi results have been vet grati lying Iam king you to have a vitAl part in the campaign for the schools need is great To this end I designate Snn day Jur e 27 to be Public School Sun day r d t ask that every clergyman in the iCommqnwealth minister pas tor reqlor preacher or whatever his title may bewill deliver on this day in his own church at least one addreSs on Publ ic Education in Kentucky 1 hopje that your churches will be especiaw decorated that special musjc will 1be endered that all the children will be invited to be pr sentand especially that yo2 will invite the parents and the business and professional men of 11 e community It seems to me that you could do no better service to society tlan to participadenthuiasti cally thiiHri this educational campaignV The rular speaker will begin their active work Monday June 28 Each county will have a special H Rally Day an alldayopenair meeting with an addition special speaker for the occasion The campaign is booming the fight is on the reports are more than encouraging Remember our slogan for t Boys andtirls nd the Corn imonwes thIn For in advance educational mover merit in Kentucky nowI am VeryTruly Yours y J G GRABBE Superintendent Adams Reed Ann uncement has been made of the approai thing marriage of Prof Clarence Avdams and Miss Nellfe Reed The cer emony will be performed in Louisville LtonBothmembers of old and well known fami lies and are themselves young people who a re popular wherever they are knpwn The bridetobe is the second daughtjr of Mr L N Reed Mr Adams isthe son of the late Mr and Mrs oshua Adams of Harrqdsburg For s veral years he has peen the teacher at the Grundy Horne Good Show Central University has lpng been known as a seat of learning while its atbleti team on many fields have won glory for themselves and their alma mater The old school is now shining in snOt er sphere Her dramatic club known sthe Central Comedy Col is strictly to the good as was shown last night at the Opera House when the f medy u Browns in Town wasI prese tedT hgplay is very laughable and a bounds in Amusing situation Every member of the cast took his par well i deed so well that it woujd be difficu t to say which was best The same ompany will present harl ys Auntlthis evening and at the matinee this afternoon A oth Landmark Gone JWr ECirk thamhavinJepurehasfd from fr Mat TruaX the lumber in the Berry House is now tearing down the old building With the destruction of theold Berry House another of Spring fields landmarks passes waVi It is not knbwrreX ctly when the Old hostlery W a ected but it was in a day when the sir and framing stuff were h iristeacj of being sawed In- th9 the lumber is mortised and pmnec together and what nails were used ere hammered outby blacksmiths Formany years the bullding was used as a hotel butroriaTe years has business been unoccupied orused for Bomeot erI j Temporarily At Least Remarks the Columbia Newsl No y that John W Lewis is a cand date br i Circuit Judge he wdiaoubtless disrnijs his case aganstthe tax players o Green county or 30000 vt 6 i r i x MRS S E WORNELL P ij MANAGER OF tATHAtf SPRINGS HOTEL Ihe s popular with all who haveJhatf the pleasure of aten hng the Spnngs Iq the past few years The H tel is now open to the publip and the indications are that the attendance will Be large throughout the season Mrs Wornell ha Ifaaade agreat change in the hotel and grounds since last Iearand it is now a deal sttipmer resort We predict thatmore spend thifsuinmer vacation fat Tatham this year than ever before t Excha4Exce1rpts Dont flispense good advice oo free lyj keep some of it foryour own iise later in the game It 4s doubtful if the man who makes a long prayer ever expects a quick answer Indianapolis News More business battles lave b enwon with fppinted ahcedote than with a blunt argument Goliiers iITighten up your thinking n iachine Put accuracy into your thou hts and reason intoyour decisions Pa arafs Spring chickens sure are getting ripe Luscious watermelons will be oon Hence these are glorious old days In the life of the average coon A woman wants her husband to have everything pretty m his offic except the stenographer Elizabethtown Mir TOT i i We never see a man hurtjIng but what we are inclined to believe that he has been wasting histime Con moner +A Chicago marts wife asfcec him to stop drinking and he shot her There are thin B that some men can stand The Auxiliary V A girl makesaznnthinkh is er fection before she getshim tnenlshei develQps a grouch against evet1 his old pipei New York Telegram The news aper publisher is not m usmess for his health only Ifpub Ii worth anything to the i who see payiI for Fout Th ere is summer girl and the winter girl and doubtless the betweeni seas4is girl will soon make her appear ance May she prove as chiming as her predecessors Richmond imax Worn 8 Iis hand is in e erythingf besiiti ful t Arid a tbeauty spot exceedingly rare Isthe 0ne encircling the fountain AtlQrned with flowers that sie plant ed tjhere Look cheerful Put on th it neatly patched dress meet your husband with a pmile kiss him whenhe cones home and watch how soon he will prefer home to the downtown stor Lebanon Ent rprisej Thannualcry for a sane 4tti of July js ascending Not until the mall bor- is no more will theglorious 4th cease jb be celebrated by that GQdb eased ir dividual blowingup every t bigin eluding himself Glasgow Tin I A Maryland min stdr has announced a forthcoming series of sermons op Why Men Do Not otTo Church A great many men do goi to church The main reason many rejore do riot go is because of the Well established fact that such a very irge numher of the preachers cant preachJ Western Peri iodical I Play ball the umpire shrieked and then I tried to te cfi the tass each play Now thatrs a strikeI said and when he strikes jthree times tor him gOd day Ohyesth dear sweet RIds replied While glancing round from where h ahestrike three timesoh Dnshe cried just tItBryans The rieyou like ip the friend who wayWith sayOfes he knows Qr the gloom he is passinK- thtougq you a smile and a joke the while and is cheerful at least with youDetroitFreePress p A certain woman of censorious mind to criticise her neighbors was very much inclined Her righteous soul at length came so terribly vexed that sUe called on her churchs pastor Rev pa TaTceatext She revealed to him l1rtr ubles and asked for good advice very cutelydorlt you thtnic mighty nicelr Get soap aod wooer sister and remove the dirtand awiins flyspecks and other motes from your own eyes PnsEx The old fashion rose is the sweetest Was said in the long ago Andeach time that we inhalejifcj fra grance The more were convinced thati sso +We have today 80000000 ot pebri1e- oCcupying 30000000 square nile arid th rown 120000000000 ofjw alth Oriout American farms vale at 25000000000 we produce fnJuaUrag ricultural products valued at 000000 The business of the countiy amounts to over 30p6009000annual ly We have 0 000 miles of raioadi and 100000 engines carrying millions of cars James S Shermari Vicepres ld ntUS y Jack Chin n Loses Frankfort Kyp June 19The court xev rsed judgment of the Mercer Court in case of FosterMjlburn COn pony against J P China Judge 0 Rear dissenting Col Jack Chmn recovered 2500 damages below fOrtal leged wrongful use of his picture and name as recommendirig Doan8EUdne PdlsjThe court in reversing saysi on another trial the court will confine the witnesses to the facts they know ex xceptIonmissible h V ii I i PISTOLj DUEL- J Results In Death For Two faM Stigger and W t Charles J Have It Out liCourierJournal of June 18 Twomai who had long nourished grudge againet each other until it reached a stage whea I botH had solemnly declared that the plher must die metin Al James sa loqn at Thirtyfirst street and Cleye lard venue abotit 530 oclock last vening and after an exchange of bet words pened fire with revolvers until they both fell in their tracks and died a few moments later The actorS in thfe tragedy were Frank E Stigger chief Jof detectives of he Kentucky and Indi thia Bridge and Railroad Company aDd a former member of the Louisville po lice department andWilliam T Charlie a former switch foreman lot the same cirporatipri The death duel was fought inside the saloon arid the only witness tnexchange of shots began Stigger died in the K and I Bridge and Raflrotd Companys hospital car while it was whirling toward Sts Mary arid EHatr beth Hospital while Charles end cazae in a patrol wagon a short distance froca tbe scephfthe double killing The saloon where the shooting oc curred is at the end of Cleveland aveaSev and faces the railroad tracks on Thirty first street Charles waS standing joa the front porch when Stiggerapproaci ed and 4 accused him of making this statement that he Charles was EO ing to get l1muChales denied it and hot words followed The former switch man backed through the barroom to a rear room while Stigger followed with his hand upon his hip pocket as if grip ping a gun Suddenly Charles appeafet- at the door of the inner room 1th4caliber gun in his hands saying u VNpw you havent got atiyadiu l tage over me you = V Quick as a flash Stigger pulled hw- gun from his pockot and almost simaV taneously with his command of Throw up your hands Charles he fired upt r t the latter and then plunged intoue dark inner room where they exchanged five shots in all Al Jamesthe bartender frightened out ofhis wits dropped to the floor beo hind the bar and only got on his feet again when he saw Charles stagger oat of the room arid fall jus behmd tb b rata side dooron thenorth side ef the building t He has killed Desaid Charles liirr he fell in a heap 4kAl he has sore1y ii1 got me this time PJeasetell myWif ttooqby7W A moment after Charles Emerged f om the inner rorpto the barroom Stigger appeared with both hinds upoai his abdomen He staggered across tjae floor and would have fallen but he wu grabbed by Railroad JDetectiyes Rooertj Burns and Joseph Bolles who having j heard the shots and noise rushea totba assistance of their chief having s ii him enter The detectives walked witkv Stigger to the North tower about Tientyfiveyards away when he feilfro exhaustion He said simply Boy he sfeot mei v Both the dead mep are survived by j large families In the Vlctn tjesoftheirJ hpmea jlast evening 9I faround and in whispered tones discusseA the double murder t Til1 J StoryI 4 J Harrodsburg IJerald Last weekai young woman apparently 20 years oH arrived at the homfe of Tip Chdden1t near Louisa Ky an declared herselfX to be his daughter who hadmystert ously disappeared sixteen years aca IMr Childers lost a child at that tiM and it was supposett to have be drowned in the Big Sandy river Tfcft residence stood on the bank and the river was at a high stage The child went out of the house while thefaraily we eat dinner and was never seenaf t wards Mr and Mrs Childers fused to believe this to be their daUgfcr ter until she reminded them of a broke dollfhey had hurried in the garden jast before her disappearance Sne wtdirectly to the spot and dugup UHM pieces of the broken doll The girly she hwas swinging on the gate when a man camp along and earned away sa says he took her to Kansas A shert time agji became dangerously ill asA told her the name and location of lifttparents and give her money tafcjt her home I I S sr Sf IIf j THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WESNESDAY JUNE 23 1909 I I I Tt it tMt i I t + LETUSTTYOSJREYES it 1t fir1t 7JEWEL GR1EAJ WJITd il I 1We ci Suit in Everything the Jewelry EP M RUSSELL- + toJtui a2t Itt IfIIVIV tII wwwwwwW FARM ANI stoCK t t Items of Interest to Fanners and tc Live Stock and ouItry Raisers IiInexcellept protedtionapiflst flies f o spray the catiIe ea h morning SjlQi Ithe following mixture before they jMI F7 fo to pasture TeJone gall i of kero i ue biladd three ounesof erolina di lye oundes of ojl of tar Stir these in isredients thoroughly before using iTO prevent the attack of rie fly that the eggs from which hatch the pubte noses of sheep should be I IDarorod m pul ss in nieJffeep in licking the stilt will g tar pn their noses j tl sjustva4 necessary toikeep the piite ifrbm which the young calves fd sweet and clean as It is the milld ad butter utensils Thos j calf pails hcmW be scalded oufcj after each jfefed teett set in the sun to purify and be dean ed of all germs Th health andI irifti of the calf require s that 2 yen jclean feed from a clean vessel 3 3kh excellent mixture f it fattening 1iltir which is used by sopie large poaltry plants i made als fcllowsi One lidred finely grc urid barley if pobrtds finely ground corn 100 jounds finely ground oats with hulls liftT but to twhich mixt ire is added pounds of beef scraps IButtermil- kikirnmilk i used fpr making tlfe mebeing preTerred4Ti birds are j rfHvlc a day iat intevals1of 12 hours 1iiire kept on for three W k8 Crate pr inadhin a1iMltt be affojted Anotlkr rationisl ide as follows One hun iredpQUnda jifeundcornj 50 pounds flour tour Mupds tallow Qneof the best thingq t hive a bunch a chicks that dont gro rwml that are Aljrays tpeepiI even vherj they have xot eyerything Udo e yringigtojv but qdy dont that eye 8 tIt to get sMtlier is a pint or quart o twarm milk nig7tand morning for alfe sldays As hot weatherappi4ahes especial cave should be taken to kejeo things elSari Especially chicken which are idjrft penned up Should bave4special care aafdplenty of shajle The drdhard is an eX4nt place for chic ns to run sKeep7 plenty of clean krsb water in pwnB or troiigljs around the yard and knot feed too mtfch lattisning food Melting time Vill sooI 6e here aid if 3fel Kens are In good conditibn it is like irfhtit will beTpassdd siaf ryir t +14 + + to to T + 1 + t 1 T + We hajstbrought= i4 on the Greatest Line of Spectacles in Central Kentucky All tie 1t f+gst style Glasses and any style Rims Wetit can furnish you with +the best grs de bi goods at the Lowest Pricesfi ES Yoju Line W W IuJ14lI4i 131 I4l4 I + Be very careful about giving the brood mare heavy loads at this season but they must hay enough gentle ex ercise to keep them n good cmn I Now doth the h ile louse get in his work on the chick en Keen going the whitewash brush hf powder can land the kerosene praye The farm well oft n sends upirom its cool depths the rankest kind bf typhoid germs See that n foul water drains into it from the1urfacdor seeps through from outhouses i Spread a large sheet under the plum tree and jar Mr Quiculio oE his perch He turns out over ore brood a year and any fruit that sbcjws his stingshould be burned A good time to transfer the bees from oldfashioned wooden hives into nw ones iswhethe blossoms are plentiful Hemem er 5o not feed i hatched chickens the Bo6n- TheY will die from indipjfestion if you do IDp you know young chicks often die irbm Vegular chills WelUthey do Keep them dry and warm on damp Chilly days 1 It is ash me iff keep a nervous highblooded Bull shut up na dark stall Give him a small but secure lot for exercise I A grassy enclosure away from the main pouLtryyard is best 0 summer wrgrbwn you would the earner chicks but pay particular ttedtionlto having their soft feed yo use any sweet and cle nfr this is th time 6f year that bowel trouble is easily started in a flock Probabiy more chicks dte from this cause than from any other though lice are also responsible for many loss es The safest plan when growing small chicks in hot w at er1is to use only drY food Itis aisc necessary to keep the coops scrujulouy clean in summer Some seasons grapes are seriously affected by mildew The vines may suffer severelyone season and be entirely exempt the next owing to a difference in the wetthor It has bee ascertained that mildew of jthe most severe tform andfre uent occurence on native grapes is aus d by an exce4sof moisture on the chiefly because of heayy to1ite1 w Localities where heavy of less frequent bbcurence are most Ifable for suc cessful grape culture yf Reports from several province in China indicate a severe droutfi which seriously threatens the crops i The same districts Were affected four years ago and werethen ifelieved by AirieriV can contributions eD partment f Airicri1tuJ is i + 1 WWww WW + + + + I IIceic Icej- I d JAtCOUP hooks now on sale = i iJJ for CASH Onlyi + wJ dfL IL00 pound coupon hokbi r sale ait ten per nt tt jJ L eel i iEU a bOOk and savemoney on your Ice this summer ii iCSpringfield Wafer and Electric Light Co uM i + It t l t i 4tchin closely the outcnme of the p wIthcamphor trees both m Texas and mFJorida Some of tl e prbmoters of the industry in thesi States qlhirr thatthe pt fit from thesi trees sometimes amounts to 50ip r acre Broiler pricesare stillj good but it ii ictvisaUle to clean Out the entire tat- thts monthas the prices will short y make a bipr drop There uia good demandjfor sprint chickens weighing two pounds teach a dalso for spring roasting fowls This is also a good time to cul out poor layers and such fowls as have prved unsatisfactory Fatten then up1 arid they will yield a profit as roasting hens Such a move too will give more r okn3forthe young growing tock the cause of sickness in fowls can be traced to hCt filth no grit over fat ourfoodj leaky roofs lack of exercise crnwdd Rafters crack in the wall e poaare to sun cold houses in wjnI tejr hot hbuses in summer irregularit i in feeding danrphoulweand runs nol erough bulky food impart drinking water Poorly ventilated houses ex posiire td bad weather and feeding too much heating food in the summer time mL inkths over before writing aboul your fowls and seelf you are keeping poultryundez any of these conditions jJune hatched chickens will thrive il andgivenIIK Hit spots the leaves etc Give the tomato vines some kind bf a support to keep them x ff the ground Remembjer that a hard crust Will form after a rain if you dont looser up the soill properly Hat or main crop celery and cabbage- plahts may be set the Jatter part of ttjisBiotithj or early in July When the pea crop is over clear ayaythe vines and plant with potatoes cabbage sweet com beets etc Woman HomrCOrT4paniori Fo- iTLV July i jJ jWomans Home Companion for July ijasummer fiction number There affi iight stories in this issue by Cyrus Pownsenu Brady Marie Van Vorst Mice Bronj Mary Heatpn Vorse and Albert White Vorse Annie Hamilton- DonnlI Arioe Warner and Euphemia floldenthost Qf these are love stories L Of the kind the world and his wife OneIa less Thing in which a wee baby proves itself the sirohgest memeroft- he family The story strikes an answering chord in the experience of many Ton qsuffertng parent iEspecially timely are the articles this issue ozJuly in the Poultry Yard by Kate VSaintrMaur The Vlomah Camper A Charity Gate ihantant an6iThe Picnic Basket Kate Douglas Wiggin h awnning personality and itnever seems so eyi lent as wh n she is at home atHQi1llJ oteonSaco A1 Writer in this issue had the good fortune to see her there and tells about it in a most interesting ideas for summer pillows crocheting ideas andfhew summer recipes all are opportune in this issue An article on the making of long sleeves from short will be welcomed by many a w man In addition to ail this there are the regular departments The Fashion Department the Entertainment Page frf rgaret gangsters Home Page Sam Loyds Page of Puzzles adyI e totbe- girwho 6arnsher own living many luggestipns for fancywork and cook sjry and several pages especially for I hej children Watch your Refrigerator Are you aware madam that in your efrigerator exists a terrible menace to- ieatha prolific breeder of typhoid erms You cant bet scrupulous in our care to keep it clean First oWl DONT let your wellin tentioned husband connect its dran pip directly with the drain in Spite of Itei great laborsaying it means to yoU Rather empty the waste pan a dozen imes a day than subjectlyouf food the- sewfefc gases that arc bound to ndI tbeif way from a drain into the ice If you must keep milk and wit other foods put them in stone orI china receptacles which can be cover edEither will absorb the odors of i ther foods aid are quick to catch dis eae germs Its better to usestpho or china for all fckds for tin Prsilver al ffiyg more or less affects foods when hey are kept in it for anyjlength of imeJ Examine every morning each artice ot food Thrpwit away instantjy if it learsi the slightest taint pr else scald lor cook it again One strong article pf food Will quickly contaminate the lest Always keeps Orne charcoal or a lump of drly lime in food boxjas an abi orbapt of impurities NeVbr put farm food in your re rigeriatorr Warmth generates mois irea id hastens decay fSi i i 4 A fostJatou 1 QeDediFr There is up action flf your daily life of greater importance than to see that your bowels move They shoul move at least once a naturally and by that is meant without any help It tiieydo not moveatlleast once a day you can con stipated and it is time you did something about itYou will ijbe glad tOi know there JsaVfay out of the difficulty Ixjm yIUMonahan bf Stqnewall Miss and many others were as you are nW But one day they awoke to the faOt that Dr theirfriendscured them Today they ate loud in- praise of it r What Dr Caldwells Syrup1 Pepsin did for them it should do for you Surely your constipation is nt worse thanftheirs one ofwhom had it since 61 y rem lns buttemporarypermanent cure that purgative tablets cathartic pills and such violent things somethingIpaIrauonliquid that contains ingredients that not theintestt1 canbeprice qf cents and there is a dollar size for families who have already found out Its woncicrtuIvalue In Ntomach liver and bowel troubles In old r young doctorso that you can test U Before buying If there is anything about your ailment that you do 1tunderstand jr If you wan any medical advice wrIte to the he will answer doct01and There Li no service The WB1 Jc cat d 1ldgiHH7jr sale by The Red Crou Drug Stpr Polly of the Circus i Continudfrompage35- place ror be and how tl ey all want to see me And I want to see tb and to hear the music ld the laughter and the clown d Oh Jthe clown songs She wnltzed about humming the snatch of melody that Mandy had heard the J lorningVtnat Polly first woke In the pa soilage Ting ling Thats how the bells Ing Ting ling pretty you g thng j She paused her hands clasped be hind her head and gazed it them with a brave little smile OQ its going Ito be linefineliSYou dont know what youre doing said tjouglas He seized her roughly by the arm Pain was making him brutaL I wont let vou gotc Do lyon hear me I woifinot until youye thought It over 1i hI have thought It jovei Polly answered meeting his yesndtry1ng to peuk lightly Her lips tr imbled She ctovird not bear for him to think tier so ungrateful She r meri1befed his great klpdness Jhe many thouehtful acts that had madethe past jtjar so pre qlbus toher iI Youve been awfully good to me Mr John She tried to cVpke back a sob Ill never Itbever Ill always feel the same towartj you But you mustnt ask me to stajji want to ge buck to them that first torny own Circus tdlks qirenjt cut put for parsons homes and I tvjis born In the dlrcus I love ItI lore IUSh felt her strength going acd pried out wildly J want 31ngo Ijwftnt to go round and round the ring 1 want the lights and the music and the I vant the shrieks of the Animals and th rumble of the wheels at bight I want to tide inj the big pa raderM want to lIve and Iejpst die as cfrcus folks die I wantvto go back lvnt to go babki to3inkate laughing sobbing hysterically and calling toihlnrtp follow Continued net week f IImlIEIJ on all Live OF WtHtve jtifl Stock CUtes ScabMange CutsS6res Stock- DESTROYS ALL- DISEASEGERMS KILLS ALLKINDS LICEAND- PARASITES I Red Crosi- DrugStorjl THERE ist a difference Jiere 0 oldmensaiidjoung i menus stylesand it is a mighty sight I more than claimdeep 1 t A11Jfi roH are built by makers who study you whp know Wriat you wantwho understand your figures your ideas and your ric- reacfi Clothes made with such efuFt l shapes alrfydy in the garments theyll improve a bad figure and set off i good one Theyre reJyorung mens clothesS The iabeMfc the coat means that if ypure ever disappointed you Vont be disappointed losgif theyre wrofng just give back the lohes arid get back your monty 1 B f l ibe RobertsomCaybrooke I Incorporated oreNpp1es Any mother who has had experience with this distressing ailment willbe p1 s fd to know that a curie may be effected by applying Chamberlains Salve as sooh as the child is done nursing Wipe it off with a soft cloth before al lowing the babe to nurse Many trained nurses use this salve with best results For sale by The Leo Ha don Drug Co = Headache If it does you should try Dr Mes AntiPain- Pills Why not do soI They will relieve the paninlj stafewimites Ask your druggist oJ There are 45000 druggists ill the TJ S Ask any of them v A package of 25 dQseosts 25 cents One tablet usually stops a headache They relieve pain without leaving anyt NMsagreeable aftereffects tthat what you wait4son Frank Snyder has used Dr JJllesx AntiPain Pills fdr a long timeHe ijever had anything to help JWm so Wicb for headache A year ago Jie cah e home and I was down sick with suqh a dreadful nenN oua headache HeAgave me one of the AntlPafci pills and ftr whll I took another and was entirely relieved I a17skip thept tn the hOui noy dgavp many away18 others suffering with heatche MRS LOUISE LEWBWm I Poweli South Dakota Ybifi druggist aellsDrMl1es Anti Pain Kills and Vie authorize him te retur4t e price of first arkage only If It to benefit yo i1eedic1Co 1ihartiiii JFUYURwtT LEE BEST I ASKTOUBQiBOCiSEFOBiTi fPride of YashJnlto t Sprlngf itdfs ChIc iiMAUUPACTUBED BY JW JlRHOE 4 CO tHighest market price paidor WHEAT r t iS Sogans fREE fI g 1r1a inc runs liglltc than any I otIir tFREErlasts longer thanny dtker trPEiihocautiftiitIiaI riy othe- rFflEEGf t iajhvihratioB 1tliaii any othe- rPREE is easier to operate than any otter mEEmakei a more perfect stitct ttarn any otter sfflEE I is thc test of all JDIt binea in one I FREE StWJNGruGtI OOi CHICAGO n ILLINOIS RO ER1S0NCLAYBROOK1CO Agent Spri gf eld Ky 1 OjLD MEDAL FIELD SIEDS1 THE SUREGROWING KIND Are a safe proposition for us became Yire scaa hyIbei IjiMq11undcr a guarantee that anyshipaieM fpumi to be miitttii ffactory can be returned at tie shippers pThat means BO cKance of bur haying poor sssdaio titeck- Poesrit that make GOLD MEDAL SEEDS aprs yl ftodr SEEDS prope tion Jforyou J II M Trent WIIsburg ttl y rfct 1 J r f rI TEEsSPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 21 1909 j JI lr s Ll fu 3 rr 1 t JrtiI BYMAItGAR 111AYO OPYRl iHI 19x8 BY DD HEAD AND COHPAicT t as bIP as jvcr said7lIYOUu she could let gd of Jim long enough to look at llm You kavent chatrged bit S ofiis eklrts and the new way of oi ng her hair Youre bigger Poll m ore gtown tip like fvI at the new brown SuIt t rather atarUingtie Qnd the neat lit posy i Jims buttonhole The yfellows Bill Ihavjt slick ap a bit if I was aco t fee you as not to make you as bam cd of me gIdOnoticed the unfamljiar mann rpf her pfcech fle began to feel self con Jorjfyu mean you aint never r- J j lHj rxr clousr jL year ago she would have aald You bet He looked al h iJ i IJtoldfield i knew youd come to se me I 11stoPpedadded more slowly I suppose every j things different now that Tub is gone H ed a5 liked to seen IIyou he cashed liftJim anseredJut m ybe- it was just as Ynucr hardly at kn owe hlm tQward the ast he got so thin an peeked like HeJuwasnt the same after we lost y u nHaveed thronghher tears IDIbntto his gait like you was There a nt nobodYyvith the Itiow what can touch you rld nihere never will be Siy mebbe you think Barker wont led u a yell when he sees you cdmln bac c It Jim was Jubilant now and be letna Uttle yell of his own at the m r thought of her return He wash too excited to notice the look ot P face Toby had i notion before died that you was never arcomnr back but 1 told him Id change all that once I seen you an when Brker sent me oVer here today tolo k arterthe advertisln he said be gucf s ted youd had all you wanted o hurb- olksJes you bring her along 10 Yak field he said an tell her Lb t place Is waltln 10rheranOw too He turned upon Polly with sun den tcJsloDuYhy I feel jest Mke plckiii fouup in my arms aaVcattjri i you right 9ft nowj1 Wart Jim She put one tiny hai d on his arm to restrain him phebe back here ashowin next month VDbiit look r at ine now Polly to Bwered as the doglike eyes searched her face because I have to say sow tbjng that Is going to hurt S out Jim Youre cotoin aint youPo1 The big lace was wrinkled and car s j worn with troubles t No JlmiI she replied In a tone to low tbftt het could scarcely hear her You mean that you aint nee cominbllckiHe tries to realise 011bhpNp Jim she answere l tenders for she dreaded the that she mus cause the great good hearted fellQv You mustnt care like thatsapleaded seeing the blank desolatloi t that had come Into his face It isp t because I dont love you Just the sam and lit was good of Barker to keep m place Xor me but I cant go back He turned away She clung to tl rough brown sleeve Why Jim whe i J He in my little room up there nlgbtshe glanced toward the wlr 1owabove jthemIand evierything flj peaceful and still I think how irusel toblnthE old days the awful nols and therush oxit all the cheerlesi wagons thp mob in the went the rinir with Its blazing lights the whirling round and rpgind on Bingo and t hoops always the hoops till my lieac got dlrosy and my eves all dim a J 0jentbe hurry after the show and t 4 heat and the dust or the mud and the- Jtalnaudllhe rumble fef the wb aknlglit and tbeshtfekS and then the de paraq1and I rifling thipugt the stt JJm= toabutback to it Jim i I JustIbpuldnt She turned swap her e till hidden in longwhileI didnt know how youd come to i tee about it be said doggedly f Xou arent angry Jim r She turned to him anxiously her eyes pleading for his forgiveness Angry r he eph Ofd lmost bljrterly fl guess It couldnt ever come to that Ehtis ee I never figured on glvin you up an when you said you wasnt comln back it kinder seemed as though I couldnt see nbthin1 all my life but long dusty roads an nobOdY in em But Its all right now anllrust b gettln along to 1But haveit seen Mr Douglas Polly protested trying to keep hihi Vitl1l1er unllsbe could way to comfort him fthlnkof in on him domjn back anxious to be a lone with his- disappointment He was opt of the gate before she could Stp him irry ba k wont u Jim Ill be waiting for youShe watched him going quickly dowh the i pad his fists bhisnot look back as he used to do to wave a parting farewell and she turned toward the house with a tr ubled heart She ad Breached the low r step when Strprtg and Elverson approached her froja thedirectipn of the church Was that feller here lo take you back to the circus demanded Strong beforebPi that the congregation wouldnt do anything to stop her if swIshed tf He son the blank ook on her facer tee aint tryln to pry Int4nol1e your private affairs he explained but mv daughter saw vAii and flint them feller amakin up to each other jourp caltulatin to run away with i save a heapof trouble f r the parson by dole it quick l j The parson You cant awe the c ngregation for not wantin him to kee you here Y6ugdt sense enough tp see how It loots Hed see it too Jhc wage r st plain bullheaded we hed bet ter get over his stubbor ness right Plater iotherminister You btmln It visA dear enough pow She recalls Douglas troubled loop of iad hour ago She remembered bow he hod asked i r atIpenedtan was t e Bacon side pleading and terrlfito You 0eh ase Strong list n to rife IIsgotnerou won t send wonotfi Say you wont She was his eyes for mercy Iti wasnt his Sault that I kept staying on He aide t know Low to get rid of md He did try He tried only today So hes comln round sneered Strong esye and you wont i lame him dnymore will you 1 she hurried on anxiously Youllleti him stay no matter what be does if I promise to- go away and ester never cime back again aint hoidtn nb grudge n gin Wm Strong grumbled Hetals pretty rough sometimes 6uthes b4n a gopd orgel1liJTba4IObthnnkyou Mr Stro g than you Ill get iffy things It bnt take a mh tel She was ruunlu np the steps when a sudden though 9toppe her She returned quickly t Strong justIthatIcame from the house Hello Stron Back again he asked in some prise Polly remained pith her ey tfixed upon the deacon sear 41ngf some way of escape The pistor a prpached She burst Into nervous laughter Chats the Joke Dtugl asked its onty a little surprise that the deacbn and I are planning She tried to control the catch ln her cot Youll know about it soon ont deacon Gpod afternoon ifr She 8ewlntti the house lapg tag h terically r Douglas followed her to the see with a zzieptrovn It was unit k toreLthersyour minds nbuttbe little girl stay ing one be askeS uneaslly Its all right now sald Str Beating himcelf with a comph cent a r esttonbby ed f the feacons evident satisfaction v Bepause said Strong rising and yoursair ot hero n accord ry1Tbull save a p trouble for the parson V ojn ftotiticfe thatjgirlgrounds I havessaid Strong holding his See here deacon If youve been maytorgetthatDouglap large fists grew whiter Shes gOI I tell you and it aint because of wfint I skid either Shes goin brick to tie circus 1 belle e yoir would 4 believed me If youd fiyou fellow that was just acalHn nd her abugglh and aklssln and aprQmisIn that shed be- comeawaltini for him here when he back j You lie cried Douglas taking a step toward the retreating deacon T Theres the fellow now cried Strong jay he pointed tp the gate Supppsb you ask him afore yptf call me a liar Dpugla s turned quickly and saw Jim approaching His tlceMghtedl1P with relief ate the sight big lumber ing tellor jare you Mr Douglas said Jim awkwardly Ypuv4 eenPonyasked Dbuglas shaking Jim cordially by thee hand YesI Ye seen her The deacon here has an idea that olly Is back to the circus with He nodded tozrard Strongal rmost liufhing at the surprise in store for bin Back t the circus ark d Jim Didjshjsay anything to you about bewlldfrmenJBefore Jim could reply Polly who had reached the steps In time to Catch the last few w vast slipped quickly between t em Shfe wore her coat and hiat and curried a small browp satchel Of course I diddldntX Jim she said her back upon the pas t0r and njiotioning to Jim not to an steer Douglas gazed at her In iston Ishmcnt What dp you mean ho asked in a hoarse strained voice He glaricedat the coat and bat Where are you going Polly avoided his eyes fled continue- dntl usy ito Jim What made come bgek Why didnt yoUwaltf r me down the street Vtfow youve spoiled every tiling the pretended tobe very veixed with hfm The big fellow look ed puzzled Hetried to protest but s eputa warning fingero her lips I preps t the little brown satchel Into his hand fl s no use she went on hurriedly We might as well tell t iiow She turned to D uglas anti pretended to laugh You- hiTe found us out The deaqpnfl were slightly uneasy wasddeepening Oho see ow serious be looks she teased wit a toss of her head toward the grim vlndged pastor demandedhol Wishgluckes cut onesmall hand He did shePnasv Douglas s tepp d efore her and stud Jed her keeily K A lncredtihe Jimy he answeredeeeltcdly Why1 poly a mo wouldnevereOhbut that was a moment ago she cried n trained high voice seeigand lieard alli about my old friends ho Barker Is keeDInir my Continued on 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Litseyr t V COUNTY CLERK W Fv B r kertICIRCUIT CLERK Robt Noei c COUNTY ATTORNEY T Scott Muyes SHERIFF J Anderson f SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTJ W ush JAILER Geo D Catlet- tAssEssoEW T Mitchell tCORONER Dr W E Crume tr SURVEYOR WmG Roberts i 1ifSpeaarJenh of Court q j The special term of circuit cducU for the trial of the cases of the Con imon wealthvs Watben Mueller C L be gan on Monday with special Judgje Senilej Moss presiding As our rca ers doubtless know the Charge against defendants is yiolatipn of the liqudr aw in having sold whisky in less than ive gallons at their distillery near Lebjar oh without having a retail liquor lice se The charges are based upon thej sz les- Of whisky to so called clubs add he dISi11rvaaiong fjhePrEjudge to try th mTheCourt ojf Ap peals in its opinion1 settled the W of the cases and incidentally discjassed e evidence tp some extent reciting many of the strong points against the defendants but rev irsed the cases on the ground that Judge Thurman had been in error in nt giving Way to a special judge upon th filing of theam davit Which could nt be controverted by him says the Marion Falcon Hon McKenzie Moss of Bowling Green was appointed by the Governor as special judge anon Monday last a jury was empaneled and the evidence for the Commonwealth heard in the reri1ptorylwas great ength and the outx omey was awaited with considerable in e est as the tes imnnv on this trial Was in some im qrtant particulars uch mpre favorable for the defensi than on the former trial Notwjths Landing thisf act howeyer Judge MO s Overruled the motion holding that under the law as settled by the Qourt of Appeals the facts proven ons thi trial were suffi cieritftb sustain a verdict ot guilty He held that if of the em j love in dividing and de- l verintit in small t1eact was with in the scope ot his a it was immaterial whether of defendant had any knowleaeoi it and if it was not within the scc pe of his employ me ft then the defe dants would be guilty tf tliey knew of and approved or withtflloye must bepxesum d to have acted within the scope ot his employment This construction or the law and its application by the special judge is exactly heo same a that of Judge Thurman on the former trial but on Weaker evidence against the defend ants thus verifying tte correctness of the construction plat 3d on the opinion of theme PPellate Jourtr that the law had been properly applied by Judge Thurman whose only mistake was in not permitting a snecUl judge to apply it This isVa complete vindication of Judge Thurman in so far ass these cases are concerned he theK purtof Appeals and special judge Moss all unitirig iii declaring the law to be that if the lul plan was adopted as a theme to en- able Wathen Mueller 36 to evade the law and to sell whi key tothe club mem bets in smallar qunntites than five gallons to each theri the defendants ntkilingThe rthe jury Joe Cambron J EansTYlerMarples Wm Burrice G K Thorton Howard Blandford Prior JSwiggett C R Vanmeter A S O Daniel John Barr Sr G W Goote J R Mahon byMessrsAvritt for the defense and Messrs W W Spalding county ttorney and R althsattorneyforspeech at 1215 and the jury took case immediately after dinner Afte- being out but a short time the jury guiltyJudge could not try the next case on docket im adjourcourtn when the other cases will be tried ii t at1i LADIES ACORN SHIRT WAISTS l Our Spring line r cei dJI tQ 650 r Ladies Wash Suits aIl qlors All NEWno old ones l2 tO i65Q Ladles WahSkitS Plain and Stripes I to 350 Ladies Muslin Wear A Very strong line Witfiius AH prices fail to see it t IDont Dr ti G T Burton RESIDENT DENTIST jieth Extracted with oiit Pain DROWN WORK A SPECIALTY 41 DntalWark 1 First- cuss Springfield Ky fflbe in Hagon Block up stairs Local News Notes eye al interesting communications we e left out this week on account of crlying too late he Ladies Aid Society of the Chris tian shorchyil1 serve dinner on county courtly in October Dr W R Morgan wishes to an inounce that he will train horses that have been spoiled and are too mean to driei Seehim for terms- Rev R E C Lawson will begin a meeting jn the Mackville Presbyterian Monday nieht June 28th church you want strong healthy chickens and turkeys feed them Enterprise Poul try Powders Positivelycures ssapes Sold by HAYPON ROBERTSON JTakeav to have them cleaned land pressed Rates rea onablelWork guaranteed B y Rapid hIneStov CPolish 5c per Ixjxl JOE A SHADER F ir Brown dpuble shovei plows five plow cultivators fourteentooth Har rows Disc Harrows Tobacco Setters and American Fence call on A C KIMBALL Use Kentucky Star Flour to bake you Cakes and make Biscuits Its light pure white and healthful jiggies and Wagons for sale brA C fSSee A C Kimball at old Casey Shop on Main street NcTlCB4The public is hereby notified that the reservoir and grounds of the i pringifield Water and Light Co are posted and that anyone caught fishing or trespassing on the premises without a ticket will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law SuprJ Ji SALEA latestmpdel No 5 Ohver typewriter This machine is m hrst lass condition having used only three months For furthep par ticulars kind terms apply at this office fMii1 1 4 IVL ef re making yoiir purcases i t tiT Just i t r t been iVAloihers Friend Boys Blouse Ail colors ONL50 cents bybuying 1 You all know our Hosfery Lines TOPSY i an BLItCK GAT These have been ouij special lines for years l ONCE A CUSTOMER ALI WAYS A CU TOMER WITH THESE LINES IT Hot l yifeatfier has Dome at Ijast llft fail to see our MUSLINS Thousand of f ryards to select from All prices took them and ver t you will find what you want i i r We do all Kinds of Stamping Hun dreds Patterns Work Guaranteed GRUNDY MclNTIRE t r Ii It Pays To Stopt tiers tWhy Save loriey Guaranteed shoddY i i MARKDOWN SALEI- 7 O- FELADEs f i iI lSuits Skirts silk and satiric Petticoats l ngerieand Tailored Waists Muslin Underwear KimonasL Wrappers Dress Goods Silks White Gocds Ginghams La vni Laces Embroideries Corsets Gloves1E fclEtc ijvfe 1 3tiir i t f tl it CARPETS RUGS LINOLEUM5 OIL CLOTH 4 MATTNGSWALL I3APERf iMe s and boys1 Clothing Sloes and Hays lOUr Mocks are TOO large and we are goitQ bfigiii right nowj in theieighf of season to reduce 1 Ii If you want bargains come in to see us I i RQBERTSONCUYBROOKE CO SPRINGFIELD 1ll 11 11 1l LosTOn last Sunday a large black silk parasol with pearl and gold handl bfetweThe Ladies Aid Society of the Chris tian church will serve Raspberries it the Court House Thursday aft mo and night Everybody invitedto atten L Mr and Mme Robt Marks are re ceiving congratulat pns upon the a rival of an heir Sunday a fine you g fellow weighing ten pounds Both tt e mother and baby ire doing nicely LO T On Tuesday JunelB between Bearwallow and plements Bridge en Bardstown road a pair of Black Kid Gloves Finder fiJl please return fo this office There will bea ceelxatiogof Ch I drens Day at Mti Pleasant church iii Anderson county of which Rey C Pinkston is pastor on th i third Suiidaw in August Services twin contmu throughout the entire daYi Dinner WJ I be served on the ground EverybooV cordially invited to attend In the time contest at the Red Cross rug Store and at John Lily Barbers on Saturday Frank Noe wonjihe pjnze at he former place whijfe TMr Ba JorPolIODr W RC Morganof Springfield will be at Mr Ha twefl Ethrmgtonls on th6 Springfield and Willisburg turnr fyeven free For reference call and see Hart well Ethrington Gomp FISHING Persons desiring to purchase season tickets to fish in Reservoir can do so cheaper this yea r than ever before Season tickets oni sale at 300 with the privilege of hav ing your wifes name or anyone of Vojir family put on the ticket for 100 e t Single tickets 50c Buy a season ticket at Ed M Russells Jewelry store and save money WANTED Trustworthy manorwoman in eacRcounty to advertise rec ive oar ders and manage business Sor lfcw Yo k Mail Order House 1800 weekly po4i bon permanent no investment required Previous experience not essential to eh gaging Spare time valuable Enclose self addressed envelope fqr full lays ADDRESS CLARKE Co Dept 103 PARK AVE NEW YO partici 4 It 11 J Prices Always Lowest II II Quality the same INCORPORATED AH who served as grand and petit Jurors at the February and May terins of the Washington Circuit Court will toll on W H McElroy at Robertson Claybrooke Gos store and he will pay them for their servicesI Miss Alma Smith and Mr Walter Smith iof New Haven Nelson county same to Springfield lastSaturday and were married iniMrs Theo Campbells parlor r by Rev W H Williams of the Baptist church i j The LN Railroad Co has a force ofimenherejthig week at work oh he- depot The freight room of the depot is being enlarged by adding iabout twen tyfeet to the East enrfof the building This is a pretty good indicatibhthat Springfields business ison the increase Willie oopejr a young colored boiy about fourteen years of age died Sun daot peritonitis and was buried eyes teiday morning from St Dominies The boy v as a good worker and had been in tlfe employ of some of the best families ir town Henry Gammon the little twoyear old spru of Mr John Gammon of near Booker died Sunday andwas buried from Nev Hope Church on Monday f the deceased ParentsQTlie A good crowd attended the Childrens Day celebration at Mt Freedom church on the second Sunday in this month Bro Williams and Prof Colvm of Springfield spoke to the large and ap prec alive audience There was a large collection realised for foreign missions and It was abo a very successful day for the church and Sunday School The church is in charge of Rev A C Pink ston and is doing nicely and is in a very prosperous condition The Washington County Boardof Control wisHes to announce that before a final can bemade to1 the growers of the balance of the mon ey arising frpin the sale of the 1906 pooled crop of tobacco it will be necessary to determine what difference if any should be made in the next dis trlbution to equalize the tobacco received in summer prefer with that re ceived in winter order Forthe purpose of considering this question all persons having an intArest in the 1906 pool are notifed to meet at the Cou tHousea- t3P M next Monday County Court Day June 28 the Washington County Eoardof Con troll IIBy W A Clements Prident t i oa No Mer chandise I KtMTUCKY disbursement Decoration services will beheld at the Hillsboto church 9ri the afternoon for July 3 There wUlb several good speakers and an interesting program occasionIIThe property on Wall street near the depot consistinof the bowting alley lda residence and owned by the R Y McElfoy Estate wasljoldon Satur day at public auction HR Thompson purchased the property for 52130 It boughtihNOTICES J The Democjcatic County Committee is called toi meet at the C urt House in Springfield Ky on Monday June 28 at 2pmt deter mine the moaner of choosing Demo cr tic nominees for the offlceof Mag istrate and Constable ihi the several districts of the county Prospective candidates for jiiese offices invited to be present JOSEPH PoLlN Chairman Democratic Co Committee To Mammoth Cave Washington county excursion to Mammoth Cave July 15 going on regular morning train 550 a m RoAnd trip for only 775 which will include thee railroad tare board at Cave hotel Echo river route and great Ma moth dome route in AgenteProtect Your ram s With LifelInsurance We can furnish you with Insurance that is selfsupporting in cpe f total disability and out 20 year contitcta are guarant Ifleyou to purchase Life Insurance call on Leo Haydon or Lee YanArsdalc eInsuranceyGeneraI Agent s bows This Rewardforcured by Halls Catarrh Cure OWeF yearsiandbelievebusiness transactions and madebyMARYINWholesale 0 internallymucuous surfaces of a system Tti bottieTake Ha Ug Family Pills for constipa tion r 0 tt THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 23 r909 5 ic SHH j Coaran eSaleThis is the JpPohnitY you have long wait d for oi the time to gr spl t for the values we are rll1g were never greater j Special Bargains Saturday and Monday Dress Goodse Black and Colored Dress fiooils 1up 75 C 4 h Black 60upC r Laces and Yhi e GoQdsv 36 in Sheer Lineqj worth 750 for 50c 36 in Linen Suiting 50C value for 35c 60 cent Irish Linen d 45c 150 cent Irish Linen j t 40c 125 value 90 in Linen Sleeting95cMe- rcerized Waistinjj wort 1 If to 5 c25cPersian Lawns worth up o 350 forU 20c 72 in all Linen TableD mask worth 125 for t 87c ii 1i Ourtainse3 c 50c7 c and up These prices are about half th value of these goods Carpets Matingslan Rugs We are cutting orices on everything in our Carpet Depart itent our pnc s before buying T t TO l2c 8 12c l 2ci i I W V D 6 c SPRINGFIELD KY PRONE 72 TEET l Work tione in this officio is fi claaa in every respect an as adertl8ed Over Bhaders llQQ DDQDDD D I r I o J In and Out ofTown A I Round of the Weeks PersonalNewse IsIntgg gOOooioQia1 f Miss Ernestine Knott who has be attending school at Nazareth hzs r turned home Miss LoUis Haydon has retF d from Memphis Tenn wh Sj i Ij school r Mr T Jv Nally and Dr r of Bardstown were here Monday t se e who is seriously ill i was to Louisville by the death bf his bi qtl erinlaw Judge Emrtet Field 1Jeb Miss Lettie Kelly of Louisyil visiting relatives Mr Mary Mackir of Louisvil c e VJSI InS J W K fly s riMaster Rbbertsor Haydod h re turned a visit tc hiscousin lias tai Spalding of Bardstown Mrs Jas C who is th guest of her mother Mrs Mollie Mares f will return to h meat Kansalunday ShoeIS II Mens andrBqysllow hoes in Tar Patent and Oxttdod all sty s and lasts at redu ed pncesJ Investigate before you buy Wo ens Misses and Childrens i Oxfi rds and Slippers colors and tykes Special June Prices 1 Hens and Boys Suits IiValues up to 3000 for 2000 t 25 oo for 1750 2000 for f400 for 1250 1500 for 9 00 1000 for X 7 nn Big cut in prices jn Qhildrens Knee Pant Suits TEN YARD 4 5c Oil 17 McElroy Grocer I Visitors tended Rodma Mrs Nally i Mrs from Tjios Che chier Her f all 1800 4 Mr Chas Cooper of Louisville has returned home after a visit at the of Mrs Theresa HaganJ Miss Gertrude Shader has returned hone after spending two weeks with in Danyille rDr WF Trusty was iat Rome City Ind the first of the week Mrs W F Trusty ai d children have returned from a visit to elatives at New Hope t Mr Lynn Bush who has been at tending school at Terre HaU e Ind has returned home Mhand Mrs W E Selec an and Miss Lucy Selecman are in Lebanon to day =Mus Blanche Carrico of H wards n i the guest of Mrs G Tl Clem nts 1DrttTBur19n Miss EllaShaunty and M arid MrsL H lieliebaum a d and SU at Miss Barnette Ray and Miss Clevia Srnith of Lebanon are visiting Miss Bettie Deboe apd will attend they Hert lam party tonight Mrs Jim Carothers ot Bind town and Miss Isa Colymrof Fairfield are guests of Mrs G W Colvin rMV LG Switzer of Baltimore Md and Miss Katie Hertlein spent Wednesday at Tatham Springs Mrs Jennie Thompson of lards town will attend the party given by the Hertleins rMr Jas Whayne of Lebanon was in town yesterday L Ray GregoryVare Louisville Mr and Mrs Purdy of Lebj non passed through here Saturday home from Tatham Springs Mrsj F Bishop retu from Tatham iom Profs Colvin Walter and Elmer Hume Miss Ella Duncan Mrs Alice Whayne Miss Emma Nunan and Miss Evelyn Royalty are attending the Teachers State Convention at Ilstill I Springs t Muslin t tifuilytrimmed v 50c 75c if UfJO 3 Jace and Covers and Drapers 25c 35c 50c and up t GoOds SOc 75c 100 and lip r Shirts CollarsjHosie y Etrpl We aersh win all the nevtbingsl jn Mens Skirts Collars Neckwear and Ho iery We have a complete assortment if The Monarch TfoMde and Thje Fountain Shirts See them there are some hummers among them Great variety of Mens and Boys Summer Underwear j IIWall Paper We will offer our entire stock tvallapl Alt 13Have a nice assortment I FOR SATURDAY ANb MONDAYNOT OVER CUSTOMER Calico Hoosier cotton Hope cotton Table cloth Cunningham Duncan Co Springfield Ky I STALLARD t11J IPain fAll GtJAlANTEEDf Personal Notes ISperinn sretumedlrloL IiIhereI tScott iothiiijTt nledCbret rSPEZthAILS IT ellfenrute SprisSaturdlY Underwdar Mns J4M Beyil of Cleveland 0 has ben spending sa few days at the home ojf Mr W F Booker Mrs H M Noe and two sons of Columbia are vwiting Mrs Npes par entel Mr and Mrs S C VanArsdale Mrs Jl D Turner of Lexington- is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs J VL laybrooke Miss Lou Booker was m Lebanon Monday r Mr Ricnard Watheni of Bardstpwn junction is visiting relatives here Mrs Jp ie Willett has returned home after a visit to relative in Louisville accompanied by her little granddaughter Mary Caldwell Wirinsatt =Mr George Cheschier of Luuis viUe spent the weekend with friends here r Master Raymond Featherston who has been visit ng J C Shader Jr has returned to SMarys =Mr Lym n Barber has returned from Wiscon in where he attended school the pas year Mrs Osc r Walkerjwilientertain the U D C ah Walker Heights Satur day afternoon tflMr G C Wharton was in Harrods burg on business lafet week Mr Hew tt Graycrpft who has Sa1urdayMiss Virgirlia Royalty has returned from Louisyill where she at a house party given by Miss Ieakef MrsR J Shader who has bee at SL Joseph infirmary in Louisville returnedahomel Miss Mary Lee Simms was called to Louisville lasit week by he death tf her cousin Mr Elisha Metcialfe Hon J WS Clements of Louis rills spent Sunday with lire mother Mrs Lizzie Cle ants Mrs Sue Kr ott has returned home JChnMIllerrMiss Eleanor Clements returned home Saturday after asix weeks visit to relatives in Louisville v ngothamKate and Carrie 3ejfijj I Mr Heniy Wells has returned hdme after a ten days stay at Gampbdls ville Mr Geo Medley of Owensberol is visiting his family at this place MrandMrs J F Greene have returned Jrbni a visit to relatives in Danville cabellsville R p Durham f Miss Myrtle Price was in Bar s town Saturday to attend a stocking shower given in her honor by Miss Gertrude Stocker Messrs Ben F and John F Aim spent Friday and Saturd y in oUisviU Mr Chas Greene spent Thursdajy and Friday in Bardstown Mr R1 H Edelen and sons Dick SundayhereMr J McCabe spent Sunda with his family at this place Mrs Henry Wjells and son Charles are visiting relatives in CampbeUsville Mr Harry Krecker who has been with The Sun for the past six months left Sunday for Troy Ind where h will take charge of The Troy Times Mrl Krecker bas made many friend while here who regret tales him Mrtfnecynsuccess Misses Kaka Wharton and Susi Penn entertained at euchre Tuesday af Jternqon at Miss Whartons home Thcst ThomprLewis Jas C Cheschfer G C Wharf ton C A Green Margaret BettiS MI W HyattJ S Claybrooke G Lei Wharton E L Davison H B McEln roy Matt Mayes J L Wharton and Miss HadgieBrownI TryKentucky Star Flour Its made like girandfather used to make it Kentucky Star Flour Best made EiEEEFEFEEEEEEEEEEEFEE a9MEEEFEE EE fErtEEE EEtrhEE E Ii AFijJittfClass wattiiii J l Acurate TimeKeeper Fully Guaranteet i3 33 3333 3ui f tJSOUTO BEND 4t1 cmWATCUES IitARE WHAT YOU WANT 1 J WI3 3 3 i 3 3 ttt33 3 J3J 3 tfJAMES J GRAVESi Watchmaker and Jeweler i Springifield Ky I EEE iEEEEEE EEEEEEFEEErrEEFEFEEEEEFFfr EEEFiE Hertleins Party t =Miss Katie Hertlein arid Chris will entertain a number of their young friends this Wednesday erli June 23 from 8 to 12 p m j ThoseinYitfd are as toll ws Misses OnanlEunice O Catherine Spalding Eden Gregory Della Kay Gregory Eleanor Reed Louise Haydn Mary Haydon Ernes tine Knott Jennie Carnco Louise Tucker Zelma Mcllvoy Mane Barber VirgiMayaSmms Nellie McGill Mary Noe Naomi Rogers Eleanor Duncan Mar garet Ellen Simms LeI Rob eits Isa Colvin Annie McElroyi Rod man Thurman Mabel Williams Misst McElroyMaryRoyalty Evelyn Royalty Burnette Ray Clevi6 Smith Addie Willett Liz ale Logsdon Alice McElroy Flage t fiijtnms Isabel Medley Louise Medtey N ellifi Greene Jennie GreenefMamie Allen May Mayes Margaret Joner Lucile Greene Laura Baker Minnie Blanford Nellie Simms NannieSimms rJ abel Price Jennie Price Roxie Brice Bessie Campbell Pearl CamPbell Julia Ewing Ida Charles Carroll Martha Waller Laura May Brown Ruth Ray S uarina Hays iessrs Wallace Duncan Frank Petcer4 Richard Spalding Ben F SimmssRalph McGill Morrie Durrett John Claybrooke Wallace Rogers Rob t McClellan Warren McClellan Lyn Bush Booker Mike Simms JohJlJILucientPurdomAlbert Noonan Connor Williams He a Shader Joe Price Edd Willett Dayid son Reed A R Shultz Harry Shultz Jleriry Gregory Irl P Haynes Dudle JamiesLampton 1Cunningham cRoyaltyLogsdon1JOw oSimrasParker leiley George Medley E 0- Kelly aWillClui e Ollie Barber Alex Barber Dick Barber John Si McElroy Jack Mc Chord Seympur McChord Sara B Car nco Charlie Haydon Neal Boblett CleL Boblett HL Smith Walter Clements Joe Hog rty Tom Spaldmg Fred Yanarsdal Shaker Robertson Frank Medley Booker McClaskyJo e McClasky t George BatchelorL Timberlake =Reddicks Mr Ben Reddicks of Maud and Miss Steele Timberlake of Stanford war e married in Stanford on June 8 The sI4l wadding ended a courtship of several MiSeTimberthrough Stafford 1he bride is apop afar school teacher of several years ex perience bets since Christmas has bees bookkeeyer find stenographer at London Ky Mr Jdhn Comstock of cOIJipriieiby pairdrovethen driving to their future home at Mr and Mrs j S Reddicks at Main where they found a host of friends fwish themmuclr joy AFRIEND Chamberlains Cough Remedy the Best the Market I have1 usedj Chamberlains Con II Remedy d its to be the ben amark t says E W Tardy editor d of THe Sentinel roTennuour baby had eve colds thepast winter and Chamberlains Cough Remedy ways gave it relief at once and euiaiiftit m a short time I always recommend itselfaForEsFor Summer Dishes t t JikeSavory anllirymelted bytter six minutes Add one of tomato sauce tndone tea spoonful of finely chopped parsley Put the luree in six shirred eggdishe eachna a oven untiE the eggs are Betand serve at once IStuffed Eggs when made after the anepicureannsix eggs when cold cut in halves crosswise eRemove v the yolks and mash three Season the mashed yolks with three tablespoonfuls of melted butter three tableeone tablespoonful of French mustard one lrchoppedIpapn mixed shape into the forma the originals yolkS and refill the ites Place each egg na slice of tomato seasoned with French dressing arrange on crisp lettuceleaves Tomans Home Companion Of Interest to Farmers and MechanicsV Farmer und mechanics frequently meet with slight accidents and Injuries which cause them much annoyance ant loss of timeVA cut or bruise may be sual1Yas soon as the injury IS re ceived This lininqent Js valuable for sprains soreness of the muscles and rheumatic pains There is ho danger of blood poisoning resulting an injury ppliedbdoreswollen For iSale by The Leo Baydpn Drug Co r l 1I NoITRing isafsusAirti fat Guarari Prf0t17teedFisht Vegetables rqitsI fTIlY A DOZEN JTTOI AY THE people f Springfield and Washington county are cordially to call at our store and inspect this Wonderful Jar It is guaranteed from start to finish andif they art notjwhat we claim we will refund your money Call at our store and let us explain them to you latie Hertlein Bro J VVVVVVVVV l o f5r tiTHEf SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 23 1900 J II l MI f a 7 1it r Tk t Ji1 t fR r 1 Is the LAST DAY to Get d 07 f FarTnierff7r j j R A WEEKLY JOURNAL REPRESE1JITATIVE OF AND DEVOTED TO THE AGRICULTURAL AND LIVE STOCK INTERESTS OF t f V KENTUpKY AND THE SOUTH r jjf 4 FEEfor Three IVlonths 44 i rT Jos tJ PBY SUBSCRIBING FOR THE sUN OR RENEW Itd aw 1 ING YOUR SUBSCRIPTIONt irfk rllr r i Js- v end Check Paper Monty of Posloffice Monty Order and take advantage of this offer i Springfieldt t f4 Springfield v Rte t I Ls lG L f J aiitti JiIJ t 4 J iili1il Ij iIxlJiI bJj WIlii1 l oi1i r l Her 1 Bankic auntf t RS didtft know about Citut she never more her than e was writing her a check It seemed such a pleasant r way to pay a debt I wish I could write some she said lone day wist fully Shfe had always r felt very impor tant when Arlihg asked her to sign a coal receipt or any other mysterfous documents r 1 foil may hare a bank account my Tear if you w41nt one said Arltng Molding her chin tapv to look into her eyes Perhaps it will elp you to keep your accounts straight It is easy to know what yoji pay out in that way Ill open an1 account for r oj you In Mr Coles bank near home But I wont know hat to do un leSs you show me Mr Cole knows you Justctell him what you want nd he 1 fix it up for your So the banka count came into existence Well how does the bank account go asked ArUng of is wifafew weeks after It doesnt go at all she lamented I caled Saturday afte noon and Of coals the bank was closed I tried again yester lay uAnother legal holiday An election daySo whle you were a vay I borrowed some money from Mrs Smyth and Mrs Rose and Im all nixed Just write them soi ie checks I did dnd the ch cks were re turned H re they are Why you forgot to sign them Did 11 HI go tote bank tomor row and fixN things llit Isnt some holiday or other The next afternoon Mrs went Into the bank Ban sr Cole YooKcfil siirprisefl Why MrS Arling he begani You look as If I didnt have any money here protests shef It isnt that Banking hours are irony nine to three Well Im sure its After nine 2 L f 4EEKLY i COURIERJOURNAL I Henry Watt rson Editor 7 Jts a na tional Newspaper Democratic in ipolitici It punts all the news without f j fear 01 favor The rtijular price is 100 afyear but yoN can get the WEEKLY DOUR ERJOURNAL a- ndTIIESUN JI BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 756tII ftIiJ uu i will give Qrsen1y our order tjls- papeijfcnot this to thfr Jourier Journal r f Daily Courier ydumal one year i 1 T Sunday Courien Journatone year fWe can give you a combination cut raith j f on Pailyor Sunday if you will write thisf j Pacer fat M 1I iIr j r after tune also I JAnd it cant J e Ive Just got t liinclil j nkIlng t t III Want to Write the Chfcckf was n t there It than t take me long to x chipped beef and an o elet 5 ever mind They were just about ydutllhurrytllLevant some money Let me see Ijjsve Mrs Smyth for three yards of lacs at 26 centso was it 261h cents a yard I Just hate fractions dont yov And I owe Mrs Roseshe paid Tor a C 0 D package from Martin ShJfJIIMake out a check and Ill give you tth o my husband says yourjsiWhat- right have I to pay myself for their money I dont think that w uld be honest Im sure they w uldnt consider it paid ill let them wiit and just get the money that I wAnt myself Let me see A pair of sboesthats five larsand sotuV crochet cotton What will that cost dq you think Cant tell Stlll maybe Why doesnt Mrs Cole crochet Iri show her lovely new stitch Sorry Icant wait Mrs Arling Just corrie ih the morning Im going tcj close the bank Of course fMr Cole if you don t moneyiyhus me I could get it any time Still I SUPPOSe the interest on ic does amount to something to you I shall transfer my account to a larger closedmostChicago Dally Ne BIfTHE BURNING QUESTION Benham I saw you nd Mollle Wil hams talking for all you wee worth on the street this afternoon What was the issue werttalkingabbut SAL R sillST AND PRINT TMCM IGUT Don fPre ch bout t Home TradeI andat the same timdsend jobP1intingout printer can do your work just cajesoutofmans prices pays much less xbecauseJI PensesBsen next printing order office youll be better satisfied all around and youll be keeping the money at o ntoi t u lao r oQooooo o oooQQ QQQ Qil t QJoQQQgl 0 I FOR SALE i o t t A FARM of2BOAcresJ i Situated 4 2mlls from feardstown on Cpxs Creek J o This farm contains 90 cres of neveroverjflovangbbttiom land 96 acres timothy clover and blue grass arid timpthJ7C and clover meadow i acres of tfalujable blueras woods Plenty of good TOBACCO LAND Fine yo ng orchard Dwelling annat 50 an acre n u v For further information apply at this Mfice I I tInInleO OIneoe aeoen ono QQeaad Jrr t MRBRYASSf TOAN In response to repeated demand coming frond evey necUBn of tkt TJaltrt r ltatu Mr Bryan conduct a Tlcoroua Campal n f Bduca Ion 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couitsey shown tiodsoRie Line bf Caskets and Burial Robes 4 EelephoneLay lliNikht4 74 + 7 4rTHE SJN AND BotLpa pers Lyr Bryans Cmmonr15OWeekly pirJoumal 150 W 15- 0NashvilleAmericanL50 Enquirer175Wqekly e 7 GlohegWmocrat 175 Thrice aWeelc New York World 175 Home and Farm125Amer- icazi Agriculturist175American Eitoipist150American Farmerf 150 Breeders Gazette 225 Country Gentleman200Farm and Fireside t J 12 jJ325Lippincotts LedrJoiithy175HaipertMagazine WeeklySunnvSouthiviwv 435 q o11 111 I IevoIRB4Iui1Z Qude nlch ir and joy beyTv you a THE yburij Writer sat at his riiachine and drummed the keys thoughtfully 1e was going yFor six years h e had ti ked to the peo p e through a lyn d cate reaching s Veral hundred pipers In an pour tl e wheel of fort ne had turned h m a number that lied for action ir a greater field and still he hes it ited to say that w rdFare ell Tare well a word that must be and hath been A sound which nakes us linger yetfarewell To this constlt u ncy he had glren the best th at waS in him o ten it was hur ried crude work crude because of the unceasing end Jess rapid grind the insatiate greed of the empty columns that must be filled For six years he had written a column of special matter each day while managing and editing a magazine And now despite the realization that he was doing himselfvani injury by forcing o much we rkjhe was loth to say good by to al thoO readers swhp had become as a reatl c6ngfega tion to him Somehow there seemed to be a something tangible between them and him a tie that boUnd As he trifled with h ypewrite keys his mind wandaaway to the kindly old lady In 4 who had writ ten him how every day sha read his stories and his po em apd his para graphs and how she h ad been helped and entertained and fcpr life made happier thereby And the boy from i He too had joy id in the poema of boyhood and in tie stories and jests One by one there p ssed in review the kind words written and spoken by fhose Whothought tp op and express their approbation Tl ere had been spme harsh words too but the young man shut his lips fir ily and waved them aside What did he care for critics It was no sorrow to leav- ecriticsbut to lejave fr endsah how different With a grave face t ie young man left The house and start d up the road to the station A sq Irrel he had known chattered loudlj after the retreating figure The ielghbors dog skulked homeward wita look of sor irdw in his eyes The young man had patted him kindly tipon the head and ordered him home f But ahead in a linde n tree a gros beak piped his lay joyously a stray cat trotted after the writ er and rubbed her shiny coat agains his trousers leg In the east the sun was break ing through a cloud pi milky white ness and the sweet bre th of blossoming wild grape wafted i cross his nos trils Before him lay ambit on and desire a bigger chance sit a bigger game With a smile upon his f ice the young man pressed onward co afldently He was young and there w s yet much to do much to overcome At the brow of the hill he turned backward upon the scene of his labors i nd vhispered softly l Gude night and joy be wi you a The Imperfect Pilgrim iI have a horne Though xalmer bound For holylaiJds I pine f t I know ts sheltering alls around The hearth and lamp tnat shine for ft The door apart i1 shalL return by wlndwt rd Vseaj And blue shores of Illyr a JTb find It filled with melodies From Eden beyond Syr a It is thy heart rthur Cotton Field of Honor Cor imNsfor L Perhaps wit is stlmiiated by a slight derangement of ihe nerves and good things said on the field of battle are sometimes recorded When Bully Egan fought Curran w th pistols the bulky Egan complained that his opponent was as thin as a lade of grass Let my size be chalked out upon your body said Curran am any hits outside of the line shall not count It was not good font hpweljjr to make a parade of mag 1and the coxcombical practice of fir ngln the air or duinb shoot ingf or chil drens play was strictly pronlbljed by the rules of which 36c ere jdra vI up by representatives of he five most eminent countriesTGal ay Tippqrary Mayo SHgo and Roscora moqhl 1777 They met at the sums er assizes at Clonmel and seem tq bi ve done thcr Krk very gravely and honestly in eluding a Special rule for simple un premeditated encounters with the small sword There ji a large ele ment of absurdity bOi t It all no dpubt but even duelling has hadlta place as a clent test of manhood Blackwoods Magazine The Uncertain Future Harry Lauder tells of a canny Scot whose neighbiirinet bin flitting The Scot had wife and chlldr nand ho se hold furniture piled atop a wagon and he was solemnly driving his one horse along the street So yere fllttin says the neighbor I a n I want to yerJobBYRON WILLIAMS T KEEP FRINGE NET SAFE t t5N at Case ta Its Being Lost or Becornlng Entangled In Other Things x rw thlng are more easily mislaid jin torn than fringe nets for every onr knows what unpleasant tricks thjy have of getting caught in the s on a piccushion or ven floating aw ay out ofthe window when there is th slightest draught A very pretty 11prof he case is of pale leafgreenv silk bpidered at the edge with cord in a darker shade of green and embroi d qed with the words Fringe Netst anjc three sprays of conventionalized t1qsles worked in pale shades of pur fJOSED OPEN ple4 and yelkiw with the leaves in darker greexf ThcAsides of the case ar tied together when closed with mwe satin ribbon Three or four sh6fets of stiff paper are folded like the pajes of a boOk and theq held in thciir places by a dark green silk cor- dwlih passes down the center and is tied with loops and tassels at the bak Lightly secured hee and there wui a pin or even without that measure of precaution the fringe nets will be quite safe and will twice asj I ng as they would do it thy were left to wander at their own sw4et will in rawers or pn dressing tables FOR THE BREAKFAST TABLE I Runners Arf by Many Prefferred to the Usual Individual Upen Pieces hen the family Is small consisting of nt three or four persons Instead of using individual linen pieces on the breakfast table many housekeepers prefer runners soarranged that they crass the center These runners can be homemade of flee heavy linen Measure the width of t e linen so that each runner nolds llrortnblY the small silver bread and butterplatecuPand saucer ud tumbler as ordinarily set InIleng h it should be once on each run n r each dan have two sets of initials tocpte in front of each 6f the plates It or a vase of flowers are set foni e runners where they cross in enter This takes the place ofa rpiece If other dishes are used on table they can go in the bare places at the corners either on the or over small doilies The Flower on Bodice Th re has come about a popular iabhI n of pinning a rose or any large flower well down in the center of an eveniag bodice The gold and silver roses which came In last autumn rent e thing Irh present fashion calls for a silk en flciwe in rare color It is sur rounded by green eaves and has a rubber stem finely made and is loose ly ca ght to the la4e or the jeweled net which is so ofteh tn front of a bcdicii andis quite a good touch Th wideopen flower In extra size is red to the hal bne Bou ol blossoms are not used as theyI Pie ast winter le the gardenia or camellia is able there are other flowers w nore color thatare more impos ing rAmong these is fa poppy a large oruhic an exaggerated iris a peony an I fulltblown American BeautYJ Tie s arlet poinsettia Is6ften chosen An Empire Girdle A s nart touch is given to an other wie lain cloth or silk frock by the adiitlm of an empire girdle Jt li made usually ot soft finely corde black silk or satin and comes i well ti under the arms and across the Jbust The satin is1 arranged in soft folds m a fitted fouridatipn and there are two saSh ends of uneven length fln sht d with deep silk fringe The sash ends may be embroidered in jflpis silk or a design worked on theE In cut seel or tiny varicolored any odd barbaric buckle in silver or hammered copper or an elaborate eweled one Js worn at the left Sd I Such a girdle will be most attrac tiveiworn with embrialdered and ace- trimtnd lingerie frocks when these later on makOjthelrappearance elts for Frocks tin painted belts are among the latest accessories forgirls tub f1ocks They are made Qf black or white moire ribbon of yaripus widths afid decorated with apple blossoms pan slcs IOlets rosei or forgetmenots The e dBOt the Ibbon are neatly hemnn d over a wialeone brace and fasten d about tReJ wal i with a metal beit p n decorated to thatch the rib bOny 0 with several stijiall flOwer pins Plain aiolre beitings which come In ametht cerulean patel mauveold rose itrawberry clar itj wine Pom pellan brown suede maize cham pagne and cr am are fastened with gold or silvec buckles or pins and like th hand painted ribbons are said to be launderable Ribbon for Coiffure Klbb jns are no longer worn threaded in and out through the hair 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paper published anywhere It print the hews rp right up to the minute Four or more every day Tlie regularrprIce of The Times is5 a year but you can get i z j Tt1e SUN anc The TIMES both one yeat for only 350 j T tw fLIfyou will send your order to this paper NOT to The Time J V KX fJ rls i iY f l Moneymaker for Ag lis THE OLD WORLD AND ITS AVS By Williafn Jennings Brjran kuperbEngravm Coi Bryan Recounting his trip around the irrld and visits to a nations Qreatesfbool of travel ever written Most successful seller ot thU generation FOUR EDITIONS in Four SIONTH8 e agents harvest Write atonce t Territory and Agents Outfit tyen1toAddress THE THOMPSON PUBLISHING CO ST Louis Mo We Print SalallsAMKMTTKV KMT and we eea Wncil all lines of jM prniig It iBftkek M dfe Mftdb how large sr imill the jSbmq M Can tthi ofice md look oy r out saiaples of letter htads evelopcs busissas cardi an4 wed ding stationery IbvH be p as d with dor work aatt prlciM wj wiii list Wlrkit Mist KiisHilli Prtm 6O YEARS 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latest market quotations at antIme This can be accomplished by means ot our telephone service whIchJyou and yourheighbors can get for a sum is smalltedm pared received Call or adcjress our nearest office of writedirect to headquarters Nashville Tenn information regarding our l FARMERS LINE tIrat3 If you are not at present enjoying telephone service can immediately interest you QurlmeSCbvertheStates of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the southern portion of Indiana and Illinois CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPHi COMPANY lnco porutedI H THE BEST BUS NESS SGHOO ONIEAftTH y e best school on earth is the one that gives the best course in the shprteat time and smallest expense and prepares young pecm1forthe best ppeitiooi CLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ivCs a te course in the ktiat and jmost uptodaie system of Actual Practice Bookkeeping and Shorthand eM- places all graduates in good positipnsliaving many more calls than graduate School is in Session all the Year Individual instruction andJiirell stmteNfs aiiy dy Get full particulars from the editor pf this paper or Granville W JLyoa or write direct to the school 1035 Fpurth Avenue Louisville Ky f I 2r itHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WSESDAY JUNE 23 1909 VAIILEY HILL Miss Annie jUcDowelf of Danville spent the weektend at the hOme of Mr lrs palme Grundy Turner Derierwho frasbeen con fined to his home for several weeks as the rsultOf a serious attack of la grippe is mud iIhproved at this wnt- mg i 1Johil Snider eturned to his home Jiere Saturday Rafter a weeks visit if relatives in Ne1s9ncounty Tatom Br4wn shipped two cai Joads of stock trom this place to Louis yule last week I c Mrs Andrew jWilkerson + and mother visited relatives at Polin Friday Nellie Foster of Louisville was rMissuestGf h4r aunt Mrsvfienedict of this place last week 4 MrsCKas Lewis and daughter Miss Nancy of visited relatives in LLillianjd Mrs Turner Derringer is convalescing t- 5after ia very sEvere attack of pneu tnonia7 t W R Moranjwa a guest at Cedar View HH Tatum ws injWillisburgMon + day and Tuesday in business Miss Ruby OTealwas the guest of jMiss Mary Brown Sunday- vGi C Donahue was in Louisville the fir at of the week where he purchased anew Case thresh ng 4utfit Mr and Mrs I JL Janes of Spring ield viditedrelatils here Thursday- The continues to improve the beautiful depot lot at this place and save recently madei necessary improve ments much appreciated by the public Sam Walker of trie well known colored characters of this place fell from a door step jat the home of his brother Thursday and in some manner Hwisted his hand under his body break ing his left arm Dr Beam set the broken member Continued wet weather rust and cabhave cut the promising wheafrcrop to about one half the tosqal yield Sey eral farmers talk of fogging down the tire crop The rain and wind of Spnday night did considerable damage to the wheat and rye fields in this section blowing down and tangling nSuch of the grain tea Very serious extent Several from this place Attended the dosing exercises at St Catharine Tues day NIl report a pleasing program and Excellent rendition l pfc each selected part IDEIPCR1K X BIElhQtflast Saturday was largely attended and everything sold well Mr McGumess ff Nevada was tionper Quite a large party from this vicinity attended the exercise1at Mackville Christian Misses Maggie Coyle Laura and Logie Milbum r and Mr Grover Elliott were among those that attended from here Mr and Mrs Anderson Holderman and son Henry and Mrs Ida Elliott who went to Tatham Springs jast week on a fisliing trip and a visit to our pastor Bro H P Hatchett have returned The Maccabees fromtPerryville and several other places met at Old Deep Creek Sunday to hold a decoration at their departed fellowmens resting places There was a large crowd pres ent to witness the proceedings of the occasion Sickness still continues in our Vicini ty Mrs Chas Coyle our milliner and Mrs John Elliott Sr have beeh added to ihIist of our sick Mrs Coyle was reported no better Saturday while reports come ot the improvement of Mrs Elliott Mr Wm Grover Elliott made a busi ness trip to Perryvilfe Saturday Misses Maggie Briggs Wycoff and Annie Raybourn were in pur midst Sat ardav Mrand Mrs Oda Coye are prepar catedbYprW B Elliott We welcome this r young couple into our midst Mr arid Mrs Johnniej Elliott spent Thursday and Friday with the formers vncie and aunt Mr and Mrs Adam Elliott of Boyle county Our lady friends here report this year a poorone for turkeys 4 lot of them hatchliagMrsMoUie Ssrpenter are amOng the heaviest los Ih Mrs Coyle lost thirtyfive out of ifjcty and Mrs Carpenterithirtyse7en etoffifty What has become of our Long Run oJcorrespondent There is a place vacant in the olumns ot this paper which he lIsed to fill up with Interesting notes of Sis tnps and other topics of much in ferest to us kit Awakejand write us one more interesting for next week if you dont came in this week Maybe he has gone on his trip to the cave he talked so much about and got lost or decided tostay there till he sees er ugh to make up a large story for eur readers Hurry up with it Mr and Mrs Oda Cqyle and Mr Newton Bradley of Meircer county rwithMr and Mrs yR Elliott Sunday llr J H Elliott Sr had a pleasant visit from his brother ai1 sister Mr- andMrsKdaqiElhoU Sunday I One of the most surprising things j l = ROOFING VNowon We can fur ish you all kin sr 1 nih Irob apeIt r or Ruberoiq Roofing From SI io 350 per Square your roof ii need of Re Ifairs be suite to see us I1QtlARANTEE iLOURWORK l P1u ingkSpeci lt reiso carry the Best Line in Town of Builders ilardware and Farmers Tools If you are needin aSEWINii MACHINE be sure4 to tall onus before buyingI Mak Our Store y ffeadqiiarters fla hetl odersoti Springfield Kentucky Hkrl y that has happened j i our vicinity for a ong time VaS the el pment of Mr Q da Coyle and Miss L cretia Carpentjer both of this place Thursday week to Jelliuo Tenn The to0k the midnight train at pravel Sw tch and arrived at their destination abb it 4 oclock in the morning and were immediately taken to the homeof thep stor where within fifteen minutes afte their arrival they took the solemn vow of man and wife They took the next t ajivksving Jelllco and werE back befo e night with their many friends who were sure enough surprised to learn of the new relation ship they had just ntered into The bride is the daughter pf Mr and Mrs Henry Carpenter joif this place and is one of our most popular and attractive young ladies w the groom is the son of Mr acl Mrs Benjamin Coyleof this PIa eald is ore ot our most pros perous young farrhers All join your correspondent in wishing them a vbyage of unalloyed happiness and prosperity over the rojugh seas pjf matrimony i Diabetes fatal ja Center Kyt June 18MeD Fer g son State Railroad Commissioner frim the First district died late yes te day afternoon at his home near this pIe from diabetes and malarial fever rousIra Ir Ferguson t was born in Moptgom err county Tenn May 16 1858 but he hal livedinrMallard county sinfeasmall bo r He always had been a r Tor a while he was district represen tai ive of the Equitable Life Insurance Co rripany and his first entrance into po itics was in 1891 when he was elect ed to the Legislature from Ballard and Carlisle counties He was elected State Se iator from the Second district in 1817 and in 1903 he was honored with th4 office of Railroad Commissioner he held at his death fiStwife died sevenyears ago Five children Garth K Ferguson McD I robJcco Hbgsheadsl Were preparing jto fur tjobaccoiHogsheads this year We y assure good manufacture rand rompt service Re- memberthis vhen you go I tobiyS L j L LetusThkeYour Order ROOFING 1 j If your roof leaks let us iu nish u the mUerial to fix it fyoUr roof is rottenyoqVeed a DaWone We ar prepared to mend your roofor tp sell you a new one1 at the lowest prifc is Flooring and Coiling We are prepare to furnish you with all kinds of Flooring and Ceiling Lei us put you in a nice new floor in place of that old re ugh wom out phe Wt w111 Comptttwith ihi worldoit Prjot GoJTl r r r Ferguson Trt Mis es Lillian TL Eliza beth 5nd Lula Ferkuson all of Ballard county survive hi also two hothers- J EL Ferguson or Clarksville1 Tens and Dr R V Ferguson of Pembroke Ky The time fo the funeral haii been set but it vill takeplafee rrjom the First Christian in Paducah probably Saturday i orning with inter ment in Oak Grove emetery r fSchool Notes 1 The State Whirlwind Campaign la on This is the secon campaign forth j cause of better educ ation in Kentucky There will be a general Rally Day at Springfield on Monday June 28al I day program Hon Lafon Allen of Louisville will makethe principal address Prof Geo Calvin and other local speakers will render valuable help Every trustee every teacher every parent arid every child of school aee were it possible shoildb present It jis desirable that every one Who can possibly do so attend this meetir1ga I Springfield on Monaay countycourt day Come and bring all your friend sf with you The time is at hand for better school houses better teachers better equip merits longer terms of schoolj better closeFIState Help us to put Washington county in the front rank It can be done Will you help Will you sav a good word for the schools encourage the teachers im portune theparent and coax the child 11tohelpus I Make a good start at Springfield for the last three days raIl tooccuf at the places find bn the dates below It is a very busy time with all bu the time given to the interests of th boys and girls will not ne wa3ted Some may gec inspiraticn at these meetings all will certainly become enthused Supt McHenry RhoadsL of the Owen 3 bbro Public Sch6olsSupt Geo Qolvin oti tie Springfield Graded Schools another speakers will be present and make short addresses during tie last three days of the week These addresses will be worthwhile and will certainly inte est a entertain all who att end asrell These later a follows meetingstill ITexas p nMackville 1 8 p m Freedom Church July si 3 p n Willisburg July 2 8 p m ni1MaudDo not fail to attend th se meetings as these gentlemen will have a great deal to tell you about school conditions in Kentucky the new school law dnd the new educational futur We hope great good may grow out of these exeri cises Yours for better schools J W BiiSH If You are Worth 550000 Dor tt Read This v This will not interest you if you ar worth fifty thousand dollars but if yoi are a man of moderate means and cannot afford to empl a physician you hye an attackof diarrhoea you will be pleased to know that one 6r two doses of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy will cu eitThis remedy has been inuse for any years and is thoroughly reliable Price 25 ccritsFor sale by The ooHa don Drug Co 4 HAPPY HOLLOW f Mr HP Chesser and fauily of nea Polin ReY and Mrs J A Sims din at the home of Mr Sunday SOlomonJKaY Miss Myrtle Satin day afternoon with Ed ward pf near here Mr T W Bailey and family pent Sunday afternoon with th family of Mr J M Shields MrJ M Montgomery and daughter Jftaggie spent Sunda with the family of Mr J S In man at Shady GroveSMrT W Sutherland and wife Mr Edward and wife and Mr Steve Scott dioed with Mr John Arms trong and family Sunday Rev and Mrs W E Suthenandhave ijeturned home after a two we eksl visit ait the home of his parents at this place There will Jbe Sunday Schbol at the Hillsboro church next Sunday Everybody inyited to attend Rev J A Sims filled his regular Jpointment at the Hillsboro chUrch Sun day There will be preaching he thjrd unday in Juiy Everybody invited to Attend spentI1JrW C Cammack of nlea Wards Ville Earl Frances the little sen of Mr and Mrs Clifton Kidwell of nar Polin passed away on last Monday at 8 oclock It was buried in the Willisburg cemetery on Tuesday We sympathize with Mr and Mrs Kidwell cprdWhenTis hard so hard to speak the wo ds We must fpreyer part Dearest loved One we must lay thee bBut SIKentucky Star Flour Best made Try Kentucky Star Flour It1 IAGKVILLE Farmers are preparing for harvest ing Tobacco js doing well while wheat is being injured by an insect Miss Ethel Turner has returned from Indianapolis to make this her home Quite a crowd attended the exercises at the Christian church at this place Sunday night An interesting program was gendered jlomefromMr J e Wycoff was in Springfield seyeral days last week The play given hythe young people of the Ml a church ended ver success fully both here and Perryvillefreahzing about 63 It will be given at East Texas Wednesday night June 23 Mr has been buying cattle lately v Mrs Reice of Bowling Grepnw the guest of Miss Beulah Thompson Mr Geo Warrer and son rier of Perryville were here Sunday The following were the uests of Mrs Ben Powell Sunday in honor 0f Mrs Anderson of Louisville Mrand Mrs R R Isham and Mittie Hatchett and little son Albert Mrs Mayme Kayes Mr W Arnold Mr bmesArnQldMatherlE as and Mr and Mrs Robert All had an enjoyable day jIRich Mens Gifts Are Pool beside thisHI want to go on record assaying that I regard Electric Bitters as one tif the greatest trif ts that Goci has made to woman writes Mrs 0 Rhme vault of Vestal Center N Y lean never torget what it has done for me This gloiious medicine gives a wpman jubilantness Sleeplessness Melancholy Head Dizzyeand sickly Try them 50c at Haydon Robertsons Still Maintains liels Irtnocentj B t St Louis Jin2ORobert L Hayes a baker qf Lebanon Ky who was arrested at the postoffice when he called for a decoy letter sent in re thelsunStains his innocence claiming C A Warren sent him for the letter Hays says he is 27 years of age an was born in Lebanon Ky where his mother anda brother still live He lived there until he was 14 years bid he says and has since rorked in various cities asa baker I have a number bf friends here he said and art old mother 60 years age sf at Lebanon whom I would not want to know thlsHays is his right name he says Looking Ones Best Its a womans delight to look h soreseiandbjils the skin soft and velvety It glorifies 11tlie face Cures Pimples Sore Eyes ChappedHandsat Haydon Robertsons Stung for 15 Years ydoctorsInglesideNPills and writes they wholly cured him They curt Constipation Biliousness Sick Stomach Liver Kid HaydonIKentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1909as far as reported Stanford July 313 days Henderson July 27p days Georgetown July 275 days Lancaster 283 day JM- adisonvijle August 35 days Winchester August 34 daysi Danville August 44 days Blue Grass Fair Lexington August 96 days Taylorsville August 104 days 4Uniontown August 105 days Harrodsburg August 23 days LeitchfiekJ August 174 Lawrenceburg August 174 days1 Batboursville August 183 daysI BrodheaJ August 183 days Shepherdsville August 183 days Ewing August 193idays Shelbyvilla August 245 days Springfield August 254 days London August1 25 4 days Florence August 254 days Frankfort ust314 days Hardmsbure August 818 days daysFerndaysHodgMonticello September 74 days Glasgow September 84 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville September 136 days daysBedford Stomach Troubles Many remarkable cures ot stomach troubles hare been effected Cham Stomach and Liver Tablets ne man who had spent over two thou apd dollars for medicine and treatment ds cured bya few boxes of theSe tab ets Price 25 cents Samples free at he Leo Haydon Ding Co l s THEWORLIS 6REATESTSEWfUCHIIE LIGHT RUNNING N wanteltheraVIbraUngShnttle Rotary or a Single Thren4 fqhain LtchJ Sewing Machine write to THE HEW HOME SEWINI MACHINE CIMf ANT Orange MassMan jjsewinr machinesare made to sell reeardl 01tQuality but the JrjBW Home is made to wear t Our ruarantr never runs out eaJTiEdMJRussell SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN i patronsofthisyour stock etc SQwe can discontinue the aovertisement llnder this head all persons who are BHb hamadvewantedLandsortedtn another of tho r at POSITIVELYTBotking I J Rite Clements Rt has for sale 1000 bushels bt corn W D Claybrooke SpHngfiefd has1for sale 700 feet of tobacco beds Will sell cheap ale35Qfeet r C H Montgomery pringfieldrihas for sale 500 feet or tobacco bedsI AMrs Sam Tucker Rti 1 has for sale J n100forJ L Allen Spririgfikld bas for Bale a 2yearold colt Lloyd f Havdon Jr Rt 4 has for settingUiR A Thompson Ereerlcktow Jws fdr sale 400 bushels Of corn S B Nally Rt 2h s for sale a floe Jack registeredj r adyf for use IwillSsell worth the money Mrs il M tk 3 iefLion 5OcforJ K Cheatham Springfield thas for sale a pair of nice mare mules well broke Also a pair of niceyoung jacks jotrMrs BL Litsey has for sale sm Qrpingthneggs Leo Nally Rt 2 hasforisale Pitt Ganle Eggs Setting of 16 tor 50c or 3 for 125 iMrs C G5 Christie Lebanon Rt3has forsalepar bred single comb Leghorn eggs 15 for SOc AIrs J IMartijJ Rt4lhas forsale S C Rhode Island Red m From epens 150 and 250 for setting o 15 From yard 50c for 15 eggs Mrs IL B Cregor Rt 3 Lebanon Ky i has for sale eggs from thorough bred chickens S C Rhode Island Reds and B P Rocks 50c for 15 Telephone A Gv KtmbanSpringfi 1d hagfo sale Whi te Plymduth Rock eggs 100for 15 H S Litsey Route 4 has or sale a good 3yearold mule Jack Sell worth the money WH Lea hman Rt 3 has for sate white seed corp 7 W P Merntt Springfield has for sale Boone County White Con This corn grews75 busheLs to the acre tast your PrIce 2 per bushel in ears J4t 1ttbgt u SEVING MACHINE S ROLLER BEARING if HIGH GRADE buY tWit jby hoaeat grade iew ing chiee ST ON EST GUARANTEE National ScwLngMachiR CoS BEVIDiBRB ILUKlS Jii f 4L n