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St k4t4 x i i i iI J 1 jIs J Iw V r rt i lL r r mbt r1 + U l + t f UU C f1j 1 1 DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNty Ji r r 1r JI j 1 I4 tk I VOLUME y SPRINGFIELD KYM WEDNESDAY JUNE 301909 lJ JWf NUMIEI3i it tj IBEAUTIFUL a 4 WEEDING Miss Myrtle Price and Mr Jesse Rapier Married at High INoon Yesterday PresenJof Many friends Betore a large gathering of friends Mr Jesse Dawson Rapier 4Bar1s town and Miss Myrtle Cathtyn Price were yesterday united m matrimony aft St Dominics church the wedding cfer moriy being performed by Rfev P1fj Hennessey The altar of the church was decorated with ferns and plants While one of the most beau tifu musical programs ever heard ata I4ieddrng- was rendered before and during the wedding Pnor to the ceremony Mss Jtfaricye Simms sang HAs Lon i As the World Rolls On The instrumental music was played by an orchestra consisting of Misses Gertrude Stocker Marie and Louise Barber Mr and Mrs Gwm Marls and Mr Albert Hdnan Promptly at noon the bridal couple preceded by the ushers Messrs Johfi BardsttownBarber of this place entered the church to the beautiful strains Mend 1ssohns Wedding I rhari pro ede4 to the chanceijhere standing beneath a large wecramg bell suspended from a floralarch the young people yereiade man andwire The Jbqdr one of the most beautifu of Springfields girls was attired in a White satin gown with hat tfoimatch and carried a bouquet of roseS THe groom wiwore the conventional black suit t immediately after the ceremony the bridal party and a few friends repaired to the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs C L Price where wedding breakfast was served Mr and Mrs Rapier then left for Lebanon from wnich point they took the train for a bridal trip through the Soutb Upon their return they will make their home at Brdstown where Mr Rapier is en gaged inbutsdssVMr and Mrs Rapier were the re cipients of numerous handsome wedding presents consisting of cut glass oil ventfare linens etc Among the oufcoftown guests here for the wedding wer Mr and Mrs T H Wright of Danville Mn F Boone Rapier Mrs L LDruien Mra Jas S Beard Misses Margaret and Mildred Druien Leona Rapier Mattie itapier Nannie Rapier and Gertrude Stocker of Bardstown Miss Jenni Hazel of Owe boroEMessrs19bn Spalding W 0 Bernard Hurst of Jsardstown and Mr and Mrs J JSkro Rapier of New Haven I linressiveExerc ses The1 writer had the pleasure tffati tenduig the childrens exercises at Mt- Zion Sudhy evening last and must say wbeh lf of the chileren who ac quitted themselves so very admirably that the ex rcises were yery impressive and instructive showing in the excel a fent delive ed and oratorical mastery evidences 6 long and careful prepara tion under killed management To the ladies who so successfully made the evening on of pleasure and enjoyment we extend ongratulatiohs veryrartistica11yrranged was present and expressed their appre ciation not by encoring the mapy ex cellent recitations as is usually done and applauding the pretty songs by the sntire Snn school but silence reigned supfehiat every moment until thecontributidns were taken then a responsive chord was in harmony with the happy h arts of the little onesi and several dollars were realized for the benefit of tie Sunday school Rev yisrsole presided over the meeting injsUal impressive manner Chimberjaiijs tijufh Remedy the Best on the IMarket 1 have ised Chamberlains Cough Remedy find it to be the best on the ant says EW Tardy editor of The Senti lei Gainsboro Tenn Our baby had s veral colds the past winter and Chamb jrlams Cough Remedy al ways gave it relief at phce and cured it in a Short time IJways recommend it wHen opportunity presents itself For ale by he HaydonPrug Co f Bloomfield 12 Springfield 1 I Bloomfield administer a swinging defeat to the local bunc ot an tpss ers last Saturday in a g me played on the Bloomfield grounds Until the seventh inning the tim belonged to either team the score I eing 2 to 1 in favor of Bloomfield t this time however the homed fielders began to boot the ball muff pop ps and throw the ball away with thi result that Bloomfield piled up ten more scores the game ending Bloom eld 12 Spring field 1 Bloomfield wa assisted by four of tie best players in Bardstown while Springfield played nly local men- The feature pf the g me was the pitching of Harry Shult z who struck out 20 men The bstteries were Schultz and Marks for S ringfiel and Browne and White for B oomflela Manager GrVene is x okmg other games fQE the home tean There will bQ another game with loomfield on the local grounds the firs part of next week probably Wednesd y r McllvoYMayers Mr JohhT Mcllvoy and Mrs Josie iMayers both well know and popular people were married S at the- omeofRevJ A Simtr snearr1ack- ville The groom is on a of the best known farmers in theWi lisbg neighborhood aid is a memb r of the well known Mcllroy family o this co nty Mrs Mcllvoy was the widow of the late Ceph jMayers Mr and Mrs McIl voy will Jake their horn j near Willis birg Graduates In Law Mr W R Selecman vent to Eliza bethtown Saturday wher he took and passed the examination or admission to tbebarThe examination was con- duCted by Circuit Judge Chelf Judge Barry and Mr Stith Al hp M r Selec man has been reading lav for only five or six months he passed ai i excellent ex amination Will has bee i reading law under his father Judge W E Selec man WHIRLWIN I CAMPAIGN s t For Better Schools Opened In This CountYMonda To Be Carried on Throughout The County The whirlwind campain V hich is being carried on this week thr jughoiit Ken tucky was opened in this county Mon day The meeting considering the small crowd which was n town was well attended and the au ilenco seemed to be in accord with he different speakers The meeting ras opened by County School Superintendent J W Bush who outlined the v ork its his tory and the hopes of he educators for benefits that ma be leriyed Hon John W Lewis ar Rev W H Williams both made excellent address es Mr Lewis set forth tthe condition of Kentuckys schools an l expressed a deep regret at the illiter cy prevalent in the old common wealth and told of the aim of the State Sup rintendent to cratea greater interest n educational affairs and closed with a beautiful peroration Mr Williams dwelt u on the duty owed the child and theb nefits derived by it from education E e stated that the child Should be so developed as to make a good useful and upright citi zen this being more in port nt than that he should be a great moneymaker Sguire Nimrod Henry t ade a few remarks relative to the vy tor school purposes made byttye Ms cal Court Between the speeches patriotic airs were sung by the teachers in attendance t Ihe campaikrjwill t e continued in this county at the folio v ipg times and places when MrtMcH spry Rhoabes Superintendent of the O ensboro City Schools and one of the nost prominent educators in the State will be the prin cipal speaker TecaaThursday July at 3 p m Mackyille lhursday July tat8 p m Freedom Church Friday 2 at3 pthiWillisbur 2 at 8 p m Fredencktown Saturdajy July 3 at pm Maud Satuifday July 3 t18 pT J rT MY COUNTRY TIS OF THEE BOUQUETS AND THORNS rSONGS AND SCORNS yf JIIMR VAtTERON LEADER COUNTRY DOCTOR HERO WALL STREET TAXES ANE MONKEYS jl BiiT ROERSGORE fMimieets EADERt opposi tion man can cite an instance in his longand brilliant c 2 reer vhen it even sJeJerndd apparent that big was ready to surrender He has fought a thousand battles when the w sre against him and he has won victories than any nin livinffjHe ids ne ver begged for mercy or but he hasj faced thecpn with courage and like the war rior w hpse proots of victory are the trophies pf the battle hdis spurred in to the ihickest of the coq lct by a will power isjstubborn as a rain of bullets It is nwtoo late for Mr Watterson to fl4e4i Age may have touched his locks mdi whitened them a little bit but a4has not turned the torrent of fi that flows through the veins f t Henry Watterson npr has it frigtlteie4a soul as strong as the very myster ourspark that keeps his life aflame t But in the CourierJournal of June 22 Mr Wjatterson hints ratherbroadly that h i will refuse to longer fight that contem ptible gang of plutocratic plun derers whp are now engaged coldblpod edly a4d maliciously in sharpening thg knives of the System that the pirates may more completely trim the Ameri carP pe pie We are astonished if not bewild red that tan old war horse lke Hfenry Watterson would permit an in timatic n of that nature We shall re fuse to believe that his heart is grow ing ak that the warspirit is no longer rampanjt m his breast Itis just a case f Disijijst a malaiyno manrcan es ape after he reads the dally chrbni clejs 0 that festering farce now on in W shi gton City To quit the fight nov is to admit that courage is shrive ing in the breast and that Truth is foreyei crushed to the earth Grea successes are not achieved while we lounge upon flowery beds of eae sut they come as trophies after hard f ught battles after we are made sore ty trials and deprivations after ourj yei y souls Imve been lacerated Men do not become heroes or martyrs while fathering the roses and the lilies from he greensward but these dis tinctio is are gained while upon the bar ren fie ds of battle in the thick of the4 fight while the tumult is deafening and tr e blazing artillery of the oppos ing fb cesis as a treak of hell cross the pa h that leads o the Glorious Day The weakling f ltqrs when the war clouds hover and flee when the conj flict ii on but praise the Lord the strong hearted carrythe colors on and ph trough the valleys and over the hills mid a confusion of shrieking shell and plant them upon the moun tins op A gi eat glad day i coming In less than ji decade it will dawn in golden heayI U unfurl hertattered folds The old bag arinotains and will see through teardimmed eyes their fallen comrades below but a conquering of an unterrified bostsiJhouttt against the sky like a Qttothat star will be the star of victojry andthen Jthe shouting The Vave10f the sea polluted by thetraIl ship will beco ne quiet and the most miserable ga g the meanest band of kestrel corruptu n ists the world has ever known willsiik into an oblivion as black as the habu a tions ef the worms of the earth Mr Watterson by right of herita je because of the Powersof leadership that the Master to you you are a leader of men Sound tie bugle and there will be a mustering in of i theUrpoFling o a fareyquwellEgOIngto bela cleansing t e clouds a brightening of the heavens the dawning ofaday of good fellov ship and thena big burial t f soali wags and miscreants Aldrich Pa ne Cannon jigge ing jumping cf the Systemand aUof their ctlssed cohorts brigands whose reiidetvot sI are in the sacred chambers or then tional congress wincing under the flan ing scorn of an outraged public wi flee to their kennels when the chat tisement comes and will whine their miserable lives away KILLING MONKEYS The newspapers say that Rooseve t killed a monkey a few days ago an i the Darwinit s are up in arms Tne have a right to be incensed to fee outraged fdr has not the primitiv man been wilfully and maliciously murdered Seriously if Mr Roosevel Afni4hecoward They are pathetic little crea tures and are as harmless as doyes and the only grievance any of us cai hold against them is that they are to nearly the counterpart of the great National sportsman Twittering Tedd Roosevelt The natives of Africa doni kill monkeys Even in their sayagc state they are too humane to slaughtei these little fellows fashioned so mucl likje man If the natives were inclIne to shoot monkeys Roosevelts hunting expedition in Africa would be a very perilous one THE COST OF FIGHTING- A gentleman in Delaware cussed jan other gentleman by telephone last week and wasflned one hundred dollars The Delaware newspaper paragraphers are t saying all sorts of funny things about Uthe expensive telephone message ind are poking various of fun at he fellow who had to pay the fine manImore one hundred dollars to cuss a fellowcitizeri usuallya twohundred jaIIandten tedvasJlme STREET NEW YORK lWALL of New yqrk recently commission to investigate Wall Stre tThe Committee has sent in its report Irf finds that Wall Street is Very necessirwto the perpetuity of our national commercialism There por i is just what was expected A commission ANew Yorkers dare not antagonize Wall Street it would be suicidal Every member of such a com mission would at once cease to do busi ness at the same old stand for Wall Street has a way of stunting ones bus in ss when the management pf that business adversely criticises the methods orthe pirates Wall Street is the mbulder of Presidents the boss of the United States Senate the whi jrfthat cricks above the heads pt the National Cohgresa and the camels hair brush that puts the finishing touches to the onIbands play America and the phono graphs spiel out the Star Spangled Banner INCREASED TAX RATE Iiis an absolute certainty that the taxi rate in Kentucky will have to be unusuallyIlargedeficit that is growing larger as the days go by Orur indebtedness now ampunts to something like 2000000 an4 the T easijry is as empty as a paujpers purse The State officials are doing the very best they know nW but the trouble is they dont know how Xficampetency is plainly a factor in Ken tackys serious financial troubles and ir s that sort of incompetency that is goaded on oy arrogance and vanitya ilending as it wer of those miserable Ijleinents which stalking from enyiron meats other than those to which they arei adapted become as dangerous as dynamite in the p4ths of prairie fires lIt it is useless to multiply words bout the appalling state ot alffairs it isa waste of time to dwell upona sub pamfulIVrfamiliar collector demands that increase in taxfes1 1iCOUNTRY DOCTOR HERO The newspapers do hot tell of the herdism qf everyday life and the true herojes of the world find no place in the histories of the nations of the earth One must do something out of the or dmary to attract the attention ot the sc re headliher of the big daily or to get ithe historian to take notes Hintst fly to the blazing hell o the- bloodrbattle field and cut his way througKJiuman flesh and bonehe must sail as it were his ships of war oer an ocean of human blood leaving agony and jdegradatipn and flaming ruin along eyery path he trod he must break the r h rtsotwi es and mothers and littte children by dealing death to husbands son and fathers if he would heaV his name heralded in wild approval from the throats of the millions That is whit the world calls heroism that is what it takes to win a place upon the pages pf history To become a Hjro as the world sees a hero it Is too often necessary to wave away every injunc tion1 of the Saint of Haventoo cftea j neckssary to tickle the vanity of every fiend in hell It costs too much to place ones name al ngsi le the names of tha heroes who have a permanent place in history Where are theheroesofeveryday life The are everywhere Fr ex ample the country doctor When the night is dark and thesno r is scattered by the cold winds until the whol world about him is a mist tha country doctor plows his way along the oughand dangerous road praying that he may reach his destination in time to i croup1ntoover the slippery bills upon his Missioa of Love Through the dark hours ofthi night he sitsby tie cot of the dying one and tries to fan Into ja flame the flick rr ing spark 01 life After a while the v child calls mother the crisis is puQed the doctors face lights up with a smile for hisheart is happy j he has saved a life That is heroism In the gray dawn of the cokjteorning the good doctor wends his wayward home and there is never a handclap ilInand God and Christ and every Digni ta yof the heavens rejoice that They have given to the world ahero whpsc days are pent in healing the sick and ministering to the suffering It pleases the world when Generals do heroic things in the face of belchinff cannonsand ten thousand men are left in mangled horror ipon the battle field but it pleases heaven when a country doctor rides inthe fury ot the night add ave the life of a little child There isno greater calling t antbat of the physicsn A good Kg hearted country doctor is a better mair than tK president of the United Utes ThV President does nothing but write mes 4Isages and dish out pie while the coon j try doctor combats disease with p lte and concoctions that experience and study haye taught him will bring relief The country doctor has always been my kind of a hero and I would rather be a competent country doctor than e United States Senator like Aldricfci f r1lthe hero of every infernal trust America tIam indebted to country doctors not L in cash but Tn gratitude and the debt will never be squared7 I saw two of thesejheroes sayp the life ofa Baby boy a few years agoa life worth nrji I to me than every kingdom of the eartk fandfully paid it will go with me upon tti pages of my soul into eternity C octOriHerosaver of hee nation POISON FLOUR Government Prohibits Sale oP flour Bleached With Oxides of Nitrogen rJt Fgenful investigation bo the Unit dStatei Department pf Agnculture and by the State Food Departments as welL After a public hearing by the United Statea Department of Agriculture Novem ber 1908 it was the unanimous opinion of the Secretary of Agriculture ndthe Board pf Food and Drug Inspection that flour bleached with nitrogen per oxide is an adulterated product under the Foods and Drugs Act of June SQ 1906 As oxides of nitrogen are retained m the flour by this proeessof bteacbini flour thus bleached is an adulteratedr product under Paragraph 5 of Section 4 of the Kentucky Fod and irng Law in that it contains added poisonous gredient which a render such ri tide injurious to Health This Department hi Ids therefore that the sale of flour bleached with ox ides of nitrogen is in iolation of the Kentucky Food and Druk Law M A SCO YELL Director Kentucky Agricultural Experimejit Station Try Kentucky Star Flour like grandfather used to m kejtt ir Q f j t j jI J j 3Ldy 2 THE SPRINGFIEED SUN WEDNESDAY U E k 1ttUiltl iiiIt7imiitTi T Mir+ r tII C We You in in tl e Line items of Int rest to add and v ji t 0 not introduce birds from another rdnlto your flock until you have had hem long enough lo know they are fee from infectious ior contagious dis Once a g hen has been proved i4 be of sheoho Jtn long as sh Ajvill lay aSetting o eggs in a year ox a setting from such a hen is wortlf many times one from an hen Poultrjj has discovered new to break up a sitting hen 4lace a Teddy bear in hernes and tl e hen will leave it never to return Il this paves it will create a n4w market for Teddy bears i r A press dispatch from says tiat the wool clip of that State this yrar will amount to 0000000 pounds v lued at 8000000 This exceeds the firmer banner yea of 1907bY nearly 4foo 000 pounds No grain or grass crops in the young o hard please is best StIr the soil every two weeks until August It is a good plan to throw two ot three forkfuls of manure around each tree after a rain iProf Craig of Cornell tion with Bordeaux mixture to prevent tomato rot He advises to spray after plants iBreset Repeat ic ten days and fruit coin nj ences to form For grape rot and mildew begin early t ai d spray the vines with Bordeaux mix tie at intervals of about two weeks should be allowed tp grow only one shoot which should be tied Up 77 There is nothing better than dry earth to use on the dropping boards under the roost Cover the boards to the depth 6f ail inch or two and the drqp pings can be rated oil as often as nec essary with a fine j ake made by driving nails through a p iece of wood and at tachmg a handle l Have plenty Of litter in the shed and throw in a little grain the liyjt thing at night so the chickens will i find it early in the morning This is t not supposed to the place of morn ing b keep the busy while mllki g the cows and to other things about the d ttt We have Just IQn lie Line of Spectacles in Central +All the tat est style an any style Rims We can you wIt the pest grade oljgodds at t le Lowest Prices i21J WtLAtICHE 11 I can quit Everything Jewelry t- f itiI ED llrl RtjISSELLI1I4H ARM AND STOCK Farmers 1liveSto Raisers Poultry Itexceptionajlyalue keptas untested Commercial effective Cheyenne cultivation Experiment- S recommends spraying commencing shortly againsvhen wlysetgrapEvines scratching aftentibn tle chickens attending rnsf brought Greatest Kentucky Glasses furnish As soon a the cockerels can be den tified they should be separated from akeIththey get to ghting among thems ilyes and there i ill be little o r no tr uble afterward vheri they become well ac quainted Black rnsand raspberries can be grown iiia poultry yard to perfection if they are trained rather high The bushes shade The towls and the sera tcfi ing and wal owing of the birds jn fNe loose soil p events grass and weds from growl g and keeps the soil c ilti vated where cultivation does the r pst good next to the bushes t In making i mash food for they ng geese take ground pats and run it through a sieve so as tbremoyjas much of thi chaff as possible Mix with equal pa Is of bran and corn msal and moisten tt with scalded milk nix into la dry mash and feed this to your young goslin Never feed your gr w ing geese wh ile corn or wholetgraiof iany kind iffoU wish to grow tl em most e Always feed theni on ground meals mixed either with scald ed milk or wa ereIMix about five per cent of coarse sand and th same amount of beef scrab in the feed after the ducklings are four day old FoOr the first fur days soaked read and cracker dust mixed with e ough meal so it will not be sloppy Twi be found all right At ate of one Wei k feed four measures of bran three of midlings and three of fresh cut clovor rye With the bt ef scrap and sai d added and your coops kept clean the ducklings will grown ce weeds Guineas 1aYiae number of eg I in the course fa summer l rather steadily or n atlYeightmoPtJl- wlth onlya day or two off at long tervals It m ly be said that t ee iti are riot of as g odfflodvalp as en eggs because piitea eggs are sma er but uine s will gather more f their food if there is a range they cs nl run on so the g uineaj will yield a gpc d profit for her ason that their eggs ri th 0 little either in wor or eir1lleatcos1 ins this season are like lto make ga es among young chi j more prevalent than usnal It is import ant therefore ouse preventatives in sjtiad of waiting kill the disease appea ajnd then try to c refit One diet which li r corariiendcd as a preventative is theuse IQf ppundjedgarlic with the usual food garlic bulb to ten chicks daily B careful to have tneir water supply par and fresh Keeping the chicks on a plan floor for a few weeks after hatching is another good precaution If this is not practicable at J ast keep them off ot damp or gapew m infested soil f jttel Iceicell Coupon banks now on sa e iFor CASH Onl 1 500 IrOOQ arid 200 0ipound coupon books for Isale at ten per cent 0 Discount A al t 5uya book and save money on your Ice this sm rIt Springfield Water and s t l A good many dairy farmers who are paYint great dealbf attention to win ying find fiat they get better prices f04 milk aridfor butter during the winter thane summer months They have more tune in winter to de vote strictly to daiijy work The calves ma brought a ong o the best ad- vanttge during the winter months and they are ready to make good use of the young grass when it comes on in the spring Such dairymen allow the herd and calves to take care of themselves seefmattention is fully occupied with grow ing crops Its ves a great dearot trouble ana annoyance to teach the fowls that their caretaker is their friend and not an e emy nor a nuisance Tame the birds and vhen they are needed they will come at a call which is very convenient when they are on a range Perpetual excitement is also the cause of lack of eKg production and when the fowls recognize hei rOWn er and the fa will fye an easy matter tp milYitI under control and to care tor they ijecomeslck Kentucky Makes Progress In for est Preservation Kentucky which is one of the chief hardwood producing states in the Union and the first state in the production of yellow poplar is making good progress in the movement for the preservation of its forests In 01906t1ie Legislature enacted the law providing for the State Board of Agriculture Forestry and Im migration During the following winter the Board asked and received the co operation of the United States Forest servile iastud of the forest condi the state This work was begun two yeais ago and an examination of half the area of forest land in the state has been completed The result of the first years work covering the eleven most eastern counties of the state is published in the Kentucky Handbook 1906 1907 The second report now in the hands of the State Board iof Agriculture covers forty eight counties largely in the1 coal min ing regions of the state When this investigation is completed Kentucky will have an excellent inventory of its lumber resources The mariner in which the fcrestry problem has been approached indicates that the people of the state realize that the ultimate solution of the impending timber scarcity must for the farmer depend largely on bow he handles his individual timber resources and that there is no better way than for him to consider the woodlot as a bank Account using the interest which is constantly accruing but leaving the capital un work1howey Thesecohd report of the Fqrest Service suggests a forest law Among its most important features is a provision for tile appointment of aStateFor ester The wisdom of this is evident since only by the appointment of a State Forester can the work in cooperation with the Forest Service be maintained and carried to a successful conclusion Until such time however as the State of Kentucky is ready to assume the management of its own forest problems the National Service is willing and anxious to co bpeate in every way Pos ible for the furtherance of forestry among private owners in Kentucky In the cooPerative investi rations of forest resources now in prog ress the government spent over 4000 to duplicate a similar amount appropri ated by the state Kentucky has always been rich in forest resources but like many other states has reached the pbint where the timber will hereafter be produced on a continually decreasing scale and it is necessary to protect and use carefully the forests which remain In 1899 Kentucky cut 734000000 board feet of hardwood lumber In 1907 the cujt Was 854903000 board feet an increase of only sixteen per cent in the past nine years In the same period the cu of yelloW poplar has fallen off eke r twjentyfour per cent During the ame time the prices of lumber at the tiill have advanced on an average of ixtyfiye per cent and the demand jas increased accordingly a What We Need In Kentucky Mr f Leland Hume Secretary of the uFi llerI nd Telephone Go ina recent peech gjave to the following sentiments which applyto Kentucky as well as Tennessee What we need in our state u more natriotism and less politics more boost rs and fewer criticisdrs more news p persandcfewer organs more Sjate lovie and less selfishness more people wocan holdup and fewer that aie engaged in pulling down and a stjatewide consistent policy of inviting capital to our State and then protect ing itm every lawful endeayor when it is Unvested i our midst When that day comes that business men will take a personal interestin administering the affiairs of our State then and not until then will come our true prosperity flUB and CourierJournal LJA- f t ril tov J I r I J I I II T1BeI be Olemakngyour purchases I YAISTSI 650 IIladies Wasi Suits all colors NEW no old oftei24b 650 I Ladies Wash SkirtsiI Plain and tripes1 to Si50 Ii1 Ladies Muslin Wear i pricesWATit EI ONLYi 50 cants Lines have been special ioryearseI ONCE THESE Ir J Hot Weather ihfe Come tLa tlrSo dont fail to see our MUSLINS Thousands of Ii 11I to select from All prices Look them over you find what want I 1 IWe drt all Kinds dreds Patterns Work Guaranteed i II GRUNDY MclNTIREi SENATOR WILLIAM STONE In r JJOf Neuralgia r Pains Are the result of an abnormal jpondi ion tif the triorft prmrriTlPht nerve branches caused by coq gestion irritation or dis ease If you want to r lieve the pain Dr MiTeb f AxitiPain Pills The y everYrthingleave no aftereffects Just si etliefafraIdthatneuralgia j aln around my heart I IPain H17 St Catthage Moi neurnlglaandout getting much benefit For the takingDrsqbadj 1It11If M ther FriendBoy Blouse All colors timebybuying You all know pur Hosiery a j J TOPSY and BLACK CAT These our lines i A CUSTOMER i AL WAYS A CUSTOMER WITS LINES V J I I yards and wilt you of Stamping Hun disagreeable Valley DEAD YET INOT Grandpi English a dead language Why should you think that my boy Willie Sharp Ive so often heard of It being inurdereggrandpa that I thought it must be dead now Ifyou are a business manI did you ever think of the fieldIt of opportunity that n to There is tbilitistudy how to turn trade into store If arenotyour you get ting your share of the business of your community t r reason People go where theyj are attracted where they know what they can get and how much it is sold for If you make direct statements ui j your advertising see to it that you are able tot fulfill every 4promise you make You Will aid tjoyour business reputation and hold your customers It will not cost as much to 1n J your ad in this paper as you vthinkv It is the persistent ad IIsoroissue no matter how small We will be pleased to quote you bur advertising rates par ticulariy on the years busi ness it J l e flows This We offer OnaHuiyiredDollars Reward forany cas2 ot Oatarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F JCHENEY C0r Toledo Q We the undersigned have knowit F ndbelievebusiness transactions and financially macJebyWALDING KINNAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O mternallymucuous surfaces of the system Testi b9ttieconstipation 1kSub8crlbefo IF YOU WANT THE BE- STFtLOUK ASK YOUR GROCER FOR Pride Washington tr Y Spr 1inMANUFACTUBED BY J W JARBOR CO Highest market price paid for WHEAT Slogans 6fntE ESewing Macliine runs lighterthan any oth- ertFREElasts longer than any otheL FRu4morebeautifultkan any other 0 Ghe PREE Las less Vibration than any other 19IfREE operatethan 4 1f1 mEEmakes a more perfect 1 stitch than any other 16FREE u the ljet ofttll com Lined in one I RUE SEWING CHICAGO iILLINOIS ROBERTSON CLAYBROOK CO- Agent Srinfield gY- j 1ITHEjSPRINGFIELO SUN WEDNESDAY f1JUNE 3oi 1909r CHAPTERXI1 dutlalittle comments which once amused the pastor had now become an Interruption JHewouldin tits hands taking no notice of what paybefore of him She trlejl to think j8brun stet food back to the kitchen portfolioravingsble Sue retpemfrered ibe real with tchunc7b Jgrahiboos dust from long neglect She mar liutSshwent1e CsilenMa d needed humor and c mpin budrumh ter In the house and she began to dfoop Polly Had ben away from the p on1 otherival if the Great American Circus paraonagpastorWill evefindin r askingeach otheirgladly have IIiBe a man tmh PP without wishing to comfort thdirecte e teabeenWas erected to mate with Adam r l an I snore at heM MmV 1f 1Rorer and ap3l ptiy ti fait of Pdlly9 dls abot ince rp8sed no opinion anx itlttVaeabblTQstr their recent dls tJo ftO1o tIe aTlded meeting JnC oYten than duty requlredan andstrongI presence ivwas giad blake then talks asl fewI possible bas said about the pas tors F pans fore iie future 5 about hl con rDoran ectioa with the churchaari the alsIIIve sisterhood was op the httiof cplodjng from an overact acidulation of unanswered questions He delivered his sermonsstpasclen v vtlouslyr cal ed upon his poor listened to the sbrro tvs real and fancied of hip g arishIone and shut himself up with his books walked alone on the hill behind the hurch a Jle had been absent all day lwhcnr Mandy looked out on the circus lot tor the dozenth time and saw t4itt the afternoon performance was closing It had driven to desperation to learn that Miss Polly was not in the plarfiae that morning and to know that th pastor bad made no effort ttq find out about herFQr Weeks both4 he and pasty had hopeVJ tb the return of vIDt Y ujCO YRIOt1T190 BY DODdf MEAD AND COMPANY backyto nlfiefi lJt heaer Iethem as Mandy had felt ee so sure she stayedjUnanswered questions wpre alwa finalshely uj iwc Kiiutieagingham tar that held her small wad ot sat ugsnnd tojd Hasty go o bitsTollyanafoi sly waiting for him 1yhenDe coI St ong k oc ed at the H the sec rid time that after fgtasked1osahveryshortlyverson had been atryin to spy on de parson all day id she resented their didUrhimIlay till sees him wentdowntrontotthechur tpDeyshe mumbled theIlnstbf09r and stood on the porch tie boos waskeeping dtellwelcome knewAint she dar MandybulSo1IeabHasty Jones Is dat ere chile sick3 on I don rightly know said Hasty great big man what wore clothes wblpIden1everbOdY I tJ dentout comes dc udder gal on boss do tricks anlIaint heard no more a t r 17lJOuglai e a ll s o e t 0 t J r t a I r a s tbout1isIoIJy tihkS sick lots what I say Man dy dated excitedly an sonrebodys got soHAQ owethln Bdjbne I knowed drawl ed Has fffjarlug that Mandy was regretting list twentyfive cent Investme it Jk long out an fix up dat ere Dafrjch6n fire was Mandys J pntlent ilyrI got to keep dem itrefs warm for Massa John She wisbed to be alone sobhat she boldlofboutIdeshe crossed to the window for a sight lot the pastor It was nearly dark wheju ihe saw him coming slowly down tne path from the hill She lighted the study anaftriEfor his entrance ls frald yos mighty tired she laidfOhho answered Douglas absently Mebbe yod Uka Mandy lolj sarvln seheerfuler toReked 1 j i J out spot the circus lot The flare o the lure es and the red fire came u HowiSceaco he thought and old Tobys wordnAmn bn k tQ liitnThe show has got td go on dreamyasomething tan graspIhirtend from the window sId up and down the Sics tick diVa i hat I siys eroom Indsors rout be found nO rest He drew himself in the Chair arln mtbollgh1Mandyc m s fUyn a the fShe was to to rrledthat0UgShemolitonedth ybcgah arranging tnewlnclowand flarofe VbEYl Igo gillS thepres cries lof 111itt Iraltd he wa s contrition1harethe Hastyetnenibertrie3bpa htd the Sunday SChool roOm 11taridyecalled4o p your iioad bout Wat lazy huJ6an mirt He Int oln ter or flu sbbtlar knowhow fast bdclone to the cli Gus ftn c not OfToUy but her motherly 7 steno ti n the day nd she urged hdirWeht before disturbing him with hpribwn anxieties It was use iicium toyed with his food iv ya clearly lint ease and eager to temptIhisluhjr6uhabo t ray to the tbIngs Which e wished to aik is qu to s me rncket out dar In de lpttonlght she said Douglas did not nswer Aft r a moment she wcnt on Hasty did t work onnQ wall Qd Dcuglas looked at her quiz alcaily while Hasty convinced tin for reasons of her own she was going to get him into trouble ass making frantic m6U ns He done gone ter de 1thtavtII had ter fin i ou trout dat ange chile There was i paise She felt that he CHedumb pen cut animal And ie- geinmeu In esc i11dnt tell nobody wbyv Jes srteaTvedj tbout de udder gal takin her i ce Why did ts le ride cried Douglas lnxan of suspense Dats what don know sah 11tlmebad ever ki own her to give way t thanyHasty can e dr wn from the window t and tried to put ohs arm abbut Man fijs shoulders trLeclafeied try nkt doveri her teas with a show of a iger that she did not feel j tliiijn she rti bed from the room fol tywed Hasty The playing loudly The din of andJWUS It performaiace was iglas nerves were strained of breaking H would not kt himself go near the winItdew He ut od lir the side nf theta ble his fists cl ached and tried toc f cat back the Im false shut was pulling him toward be door Again antI agate heset his teeth It sUll jertalnty that gnawed at him so Wis sbUJ Couldshe nee i hIm Wa she sorry for having left him Woiil I she be glad it he went for her ami vbrobght her back with him He r called the hysterical note in her behaylgr tlfKday that she went is laerto be separated him Had really carec for Jim and tqr the sinI life Why had she never Britten- Was she ash imedi Was she sorry So what she h id dope What could hima head with a gesture of despair A w o went later h pasBeVl out Into the nightJi 2 f rUrPa l OF 11 it- It in- Stock Cures geJALLg KILL ALLKIND5 LICE PARASITESW Scab r J 1ILSheep Notes 4eti =r S Mayer in Kentucky Famer ot11ingfromraisers are well satisfied OurSouth redfivetsWhy twjhiSsummeronly cost a few dollars and you will treble your money onyjourj next wool crop besides having er rs1Andown Sheep on a farm keep dow 50 er cent of the weeds Another point for the wool grows Goafof yeaeijfj you ve or more i ma chine gets a ponnd more than hand shearing leaves the sheep in better ip pearance and increoses wool profits It you have idle time shear yournei jhs bors sheep with your machine H jre is a profitable basin ss for some man i each county who wants to make ex r money i Stick to your sheep They are be best paying liyesiock Kentucky fad 750000 sheep in 7908can rise three times that number without jny 6xtra trouble The American people are getting to be mutton eaters and 20000tyear c Jd aasily be produced at home Er MARRIEDANY TIME send ordjers loeitukCSJ ures Dyspepsia Trial Is Free thafolywea1thyhighlyspiced foods suffer from dys pepsia or as it is also known indi The laborer in the street worker 5n the field also finds hi it self a victim of this disorder Among e very greatest sufferers from it re women consfeelingtroubled sleep by sour stomach and dis ess after eating by bad complexion nd eyes There Is no surerand speedier cure or this trouble than Dr Caldwells Syrup rigsucbessflilly kIsour stomach that he had had for forty yea rs ofDerIn s are only a few of the many But ts not expensive to be cured with tilsgrand remedy as it can be bought at any store in a 50cent or al b ttJe Your very neighbors are probably lire Inlbutfwhat it will do for you personally srfnd Lyour name to Dr Caldwell and he will be glad to send you a free trig bottle He adeptgencyas constipation sour stomach ri digestion biliousness dyspepsia heart copeonpleasant to the taste acts gently dnd childrenslaxativeIf therein anything about your ailment that you dojnt understand or if you want any medical advicc wr te to the doctor and he flU istThe Address Is Dr Caldwell 500 Caldwell Monticello by The Beg Crow Drug Win t 13 r IA GRtAT BARGAIN MADrS V I 1THE SUN it 67O 1 i QRSS 2iIj from now and tintit of July The Sun willoffer the following sfibscripiion bargain HOME AND FARM The erAof the South t to the home and farm equal interestc t E r t I Year + 5 THE UN UIA1PRICE9ne J1 Your news of homei wn andcounty All ieighbors You cnto be Wlthoutyouhome tuffordpaper t REGULAR RICE One UUTHEIr The 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cures andaPreventiveir lakes them lay Price SOc no cure 6 pay Guaranteed by your druggists Crossprugstorepf poultry Alone In Saw Mill at Midnight unmindful of dampness drafts storms o cold W J Atkins worked as Night Watchman at Banner Springs Tenn quqh exposure gave him a severe cold bradtodie but all fallen till be used Dr Kings New Discovery After using one bot ti e he writes went back to work jas well as ever Severe colds stub biorn Coughs inflamed throat and sore Whoopipg t cjure Profit this glorious medicine 50c rid Tria111ottle free Guaran teed byHaydbn Robertson IFROM ooooooo COOOOOOOOOC THE SUM and TIMES oooooooooo oocoooooooo r O9OOOO IWlBllT Iwiii lltigrastMsiRwRRilrIIii4 CLUBBING RATES WITH LOUISVIfeLfc DAILIES The Sun and The Louie 50TheJournal fexcept Sunday i 640 20The f Journal any three days 4n 7 CourierJournal any three days in the week sixmonths 230 The Sun and the Sunday Cour + 280The52ThePost one year 4 o r1ll 111JtJitrlnnilUlil00I IIiII11ifntJ aEidC 11 IIn EADm4t 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Copy and full description of ettheTHE EVENING POST twlwllle Kj IISPECIAL THE WALL ATLAS THE EVENING POST 35OIOO 3Th I ITO i 1Atyittils it w WITH THIS PAPER I wwfmAM s Lf IJj krN j I t flf r r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JU IE 3d i9oq I SPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED BVERV WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION r ONE DQLLARJ- In Advance N L SMITH Editor and Publishert IIDteredat the posthifice at Spnngfie1d ItheITERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Me YearL 1001 J xMouths ftreeMonthRi 60jv Democratic Ticket CIRCUIT JUDGE H Thurmanf COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY C flill of Marion County REPRESENTATIVE D Graham COUNTY JUDGE B L Litsey COUNTY CLERKW F Booker CIRCUIT CLERK Rob Noe COUNTY ATTORNEY t Scott Mayes SHERIFF S J Anderson CSCROOL SUPErtINTENDENTJW Bush JAiLERGeo D Catlett jCORONERSURVEYORWm G Roberta1 V A Call At a meeting of the Democratic County Committee of Washington County Kentucky held atm the Court House June 28 1909 pursuant to a call and notice for the purpose of deter mining the time place and manner lor choosing pemocratiq nominees for the omc of Justice of the Peace and con stqible in the several magisterial dis tricts ojg the county to be voted on at the regular November election 1909 the following resolutions were adopted 1 Mss conventions are hereby called for Saturday August 14 1909 in all magisterial districts in Washing ton Count Kentucky at 230 p in standard time for the purpose of selecting a Democratic i nominee in each district for the above nand offices to be voted for at he regular November election 1909 2 Ipsaid convention all knawn Democrats who are or will be le alva tersan either precinct composing the magisterial district in which they offer jfo vote at the November election 1909 and whJ will pledge themselves to sup r port the nominee of the convention shall be entitled to vote 3 The conventions shall meet in the following Iplaces in each District Tredrick own and Nog in No 9 at Springfield No 8 and Pottsville in No ISat Springfield in o 10 and Kellys Shop in No 10 at Springfield in Mackville and Henderh in the town of Mackville Willisburg and North at Tatham Springs Modresville and Brush trove at Mooresvillefi 4 The convention hall be called to order by theCommitteeman of the pre cuict in which the convention is being held or in his absence by the Commit teeman of the other precinct in the district or in the absence of both Corn mitteemen the voters present may choose Some person to call the conven- tIon to order The chairman of each convention shall isape a csrtificate of nomination to the person nominated JOSEPH POLINCHA1RMAN- P B NOE SECRETARY More Stock tp Bpkl The Washington Countv Tobacco Warehouse Company is capitalized at 20000 Of this stock 7000 has bedn subscribed and paid for leaving 13000 of unsold stock in the treasury of the company At a meeting of the Board of Directors recently held it was decided that in order to handle the tobacco contiguous to the Washington County market either on sales or otherwise it was necessary to construct an additional warehouse 96 by 208 feet which is now under contract and is being constructed on the cOm panys ground near Springfield In or der to pay for this additional building and meet the floating debt of the com patty amounting to about 3500 it was determined by the Board of Di rectors to sell 8000 more of the stock at not leks than par making the entire issue of stock 15000 As the construction of the tobacco punt at Springfield was primarily to promote the interests of the tobacco powers it is believed that the stock ghcutbe owned principally by tobacco growers and that it should vbe widely distributed and they should be allowed jbsubscribe for and take a majoriny of I the stock before those not engaged in tobacco should be allowed to subscribe for it end stc ck subscription books are now opened at the office of the purposedfity to subscribe for the stock proposed to be issued and will remain open tin tu July 15 for hat purpose At he end of that time if growers have rio subscribed for the stock persons not tobacco growe 6sdl be allowed to bscribe tor the remainder June29 1909 REGORY1PlesideptWashington SRi Ii fire r Very serious damage was narrowly averted yesterday at the home of Mr thedecorartionsbeen prepared in ifenor of the Rapier Price bridal part caught fire Upon the conclusion of tliei Services Misses Mabel Price Nel ic Green and Mayme Donnelly hasten d from the church to welcome the gue its Upon their arri val theytighted the lamp pn the dining room tfable whic was placed just be papThegirlsre r turning jin a fev minutes they discovered that the bell had ignited ard i turn had set fire to the streamers leadi ing to the lace c irtains By this tim the guests bega to arrive and all began to fight the ire which was fort nately soon extii igUished Besides th tabliIlinen jwas b the ex citement incident to tle fire the tempting repast was erved and was greatly enjoyed by the ii vitecTguests County Court j mi 1 Monday marl ed the Jow ebb f in1only tPeijcrops m sales l0yearlingmaremules 115 per hear MoraJasoldlGibbs b 1 mare 8500 1 mare andcott 9750 i j 1 mare and co t 6750 1 yearling colt 67 5Q j 1 mare 6600 1 cowand calf 4000 1 Jersey cow 4450 1 Jersey cow 4800 J1 cow and cal 330 U D t Meeting hoz4WalkefThe beautiful ountry Heights wore a festive or a last The meeting ot the May Far tooJyplacerjThe things The Gr at Triangle Lee M gan and Jackso was ihterestinglyujia cussed by the resident Mrs JP MtBoley t goes witbout aying that the swet strains of South rn Airs were much h c predated from uch accomplished mus chins The Ne v South by Mrs G d IMry f spableIIfederate adven res us he bravely 4fended the lost ause to the endof u e great struggle Mrs Walker assist iby Mrs Bold ckanil two sweet aItractive rosebu s Misses Gladys Walk r and Carra Boldrick Aftere business part f the meeting all en joyed the deligi tful hospitality so cleV- erly dispensed aythat renowned hOst idrhomeand the flowers bloom profusely all a ding to the arm of that typical Southern home Death of Dr Sutherland rIrr John utherland tiL jliehome of his y ungest ond Suthr land in Harroisburg last Iriday6f the infirmitiesjincidentto old age tie dec rq Mach 1826 The retrains were ibrought to Willisburg Saturday whire une al services wert onductec by Rev W 3 Williams the interment beitfg niade in the Willisbprg cemetery Di Suth r land is surviv d by the following ct il dren Mrs TIJ Miller and MrJ JTT Sutherland Willisburg DrJM H Sutherland of Rose Hill Mrs Henry Stinneatt of Louisville Mrs Addle Sharp of Kan ias and Mr Ed Suth it land of Harroc sbiirg Mrs Mary Ho it chins a daughter diedtha first of this year Dr Sutherlands sWfe died in 1898 NeMon Riggs AnpieBell Fndi1yprocurWF Booker and were married by Rev R E C Lawson at the cferUs office After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Newton eturned to Holy Cross where they will make their home Dr G1 T Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First Iass Springfield Ky ifflce in Hagon Block tip stairs Local News Notes u Send us your mail order and we can delLv roods to your door BROWN PARIs GREN Co SIMMS KY The Mission Study Class ot Pleasant Goy will givean ice cream supper from 4 to 10 p mf at the home of Miss Ellen Gregory Thursday July 1 Everybody invited to be present r The Ladies Aid Society of the Chris tinchurch will serve dinrier on county court day in OctoberI Dr W R Morgan wishes to ah nounce that he will train horses that have been spoiled and jaretoo mean to drive See him for terms If you want strong healthy chickens and turkeys feed them Enterprise Poul try Powders Positively cures gapes Sold by HypON ROBERTSON Write Brown Paris green Co Simms Kyfor prices on pure taris GinSTake your clothes to Jlinks Rav to have them cleaned and pressed Rates reasonable Work guaranteed Buy Rapid Shine Stove Polish 5c per box JOB A SHADER H Buggies Iand Wagons for sale by A C Kimball For Brown douieshovel rlows five plow cultivators fourteentooth Harrows Disc Harrows Tobacco Setters and American Fence can on A C KIMBALL i Rev A P Finley of Wor hester Mass will begin revival services at the Christian Church at thisi place July 25 Further details will be announced later Wake lip and order 100 pounds of Paris Green and we will make you a shocking price BRo Wi PARIS GREEN J3o SIMMS KY Use Kentucky stat jFlour to bake your Cakes and make Biscuits Its pure white and healthfullight SAY Your Buggy needs Painting See A C Kimball at old Casey Shop on Main street iiNOTICE The public is noti fied that the reservoir anhgrounds of the Springfield Water and tight Co are posted and that anyone caught fishing or trespassing on the premises without a ticket will be prosecuted to the full est extent of the law H B MCELROY Supt FOR SALEA latestmodel No 5 Oliver typewriter This machine is in nrstclass condition having been used only three months For further particulars and terms apply ait this office STOnJflst Sunday a large black pearl and gold handle- and very large gold rib on handle be tween my home and Bethlehem church Finde will pjekse return to me iMIss GEORGIE YOUNG Try Kentucky Star Fl ur its made like grandfather used to make it 2LOST June 15 between Bearwallow and Clements Bridge on Bardstown roada pair of Black Kid Gloves Finder will please return to this office Mr doJ Begemann suffered a slight sunstroke yesterday Mr Bege mann returned to his place of business after having walked to his property on lower Main street when he suddenly keeled over A physician was immediately called and Mr Begemann con eyed to his home Itis thought that his condition1 not seilou flOING FISHIrGPersOflildesiring to purchase season tickets to fish in the Reservoir can do so cheaper this year than ever before Season tickets on stile at 300 Withthe privilege of hav ing your wifes name or anyone of your- family put on the ticket fpr 100 extrlSingle tickets 50c Buy a season ticket li1fEd M RussellsJ welry store and jLWAwrEbTrustwothyman or woman in each county to advertise receive or ders and manage business for New Yorjc Mail Order House 1800 weekly posi tion permanent no inyestmentrequired- Previous experience not essential to engaging Spare time yaluable Enclose self addressed Envelope for full particu lars ADDRESS CLARKE Co Wholesale Dept 103 PARK AVE NEW YORK v 1- in iSari IPEC1AL For bIDAYand SATURD- AYi Th Big Store- r JCalicoe 4 centOnly 10 to a customer+ i yrdS tlIi j Yard wide Brcwn C 1 4 If2cBetter tanHooier iDaniaskspcial1prie 32 90damask85 cent gradetbleached linen table A damask special price Ur 60 cent gradeIeacted linen table J5damask special e f Napkins to natch all at Bargain prices I JATable10 at f 9x11 pr at 35c to at Y Ir INCORPORATED tl SI SL On last Friday eveiing ligitriing struck an ash tree in he yard of Mr W A near and killed two yearling heift rs The heii ers were valuablq ones and of very ine stock In the time card conte tSaturd y iW T Leachman was at John L Barbers wim t and second prizes at the Red Cross Drug storewhile Mr Sil is hld the winning County as a whole s suffering from the continue wet weathr most of the farmers being moVe ojr Yth1lMtlethem the farmers will soon be up with their work 3 The ladies of the Maccabees will giye an Ice Cream Supper and Spelling Bee at Willis Qurg Saturday July 1CM tijebestbe presented to the wo Colyin of v ill conduct tl e spelling contest for the Among the speakers engaged irttbje PrOiIin Kentucky Sections of this cpunuy we e visited by a v ry severe rain and electr cal itori Sunday afternoon From rredferick town through Valley H ill and Litsey very heavy rain fell amounting in places to almost a cloudburst Streams raged and earned away bridges while in1juredin this section bi th county were washed 4ne bridge over Lincoln Run on the Bloomfield pike Was d is now being repaired Protect Your With Life We can furnish you i Insurance that is ihczfre of total disability and our 20 year c jntracts are to pay out xn 15 years If you intend to purchase Life Insurance call on Leo Haydon or Lee VanArsdalc the Southern National Life Insurance Co EL T Star Flpur pBest made Largihsize Huek Towels regular price 10 Ir 12 12 and 15 cents Special price 7 12c lOc and 12 12 Lot of 12 l2e Lawns j r cases 9 cents Readymade sheets 4Oc Violet talcum Powder 15cf4711 f5c cake I 15e pieces dhina Batting regular price 25c 13c yard Brussels regular efl50 998Lac curtains 700 apur burgain prices CLAYBRO KErCO I- SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY SiSSiOfiSsSS4sStS SiSiSiSSiSfiSiSiSiS SSSOISSI Armstrong Willisbuijg thejluckyrnan Logsdojn cardT Washington tspeUerIPro Springfield dlI conditions considerahlydnd trybaaly thkand Families Insurance selfsupporting guaranteed representing WJGGINTQN GiaIAgentK- intucky VS eachI speciafat 12C Pillow Woodland Soap special1 Rugs special Indictments Dismissed Lebanon Ky June 2At a special tcm of the Marion Circuit CourtJudge Mss of Bowling Green presiding as special Judge dismissed upon the mo- tIon of the Commonwealths Attorney R L Durham the eightyfive indictments against the Mueller Wathen Kob rt distillery charged with sellmg Whisky by retail Ten days ago Judge Moss presided in a similar case against this firm and the jury acquitted in less than ten minutes The regular Judge I H Thurman re fus dto vacate the bench and the defendants filed an affidavit charging him with prejudice He fined the defendants in two cases and the defendants appeal d the Court of Appeals reversing Diamonds and Hearts Perryyille correspondent to Harrods burg Democrat Diamonds and Hearts played by the young peopleS of the M E church of Seays hall Saturday evening was ade- cided success Miss Malvina Wycoff who played the role of herpinewith per- fectgrace was also violinist for the be5 casion and assisted by her siqter Miss Briggs Wycoff and Mr Oliver Kays with guitars rendered some beautiful selections The songs between the acts kept every one from becoming restless to see what was next and the audfehce was loud in its praise and well satisfied with value received Lets of our young men say that it was well worth the price of admission to see Miss Cornelia Hobbs peel onions and work biscuit dough to the tune ofHCome Thou Fount She surely displayed a marked degree of dramatic talent MACKVILLE Prof W L Hume is In Louisville this week on business Misses Verna Rogers and Pearl Fen wick were here Sundays Protracted meeting began Monday night at the Presbyterian church pro tracted by Bro Lawson of Springfield All cordially inyited to attend While pulling weeds Mrs Carrier of near Mackville was bitten by something supposed 10 b6 a poisonous snake Her arm is in a critical condition Mr Robert Matherly bought 90 acres MatherlytlicounN da1 J711 The people were greatly surprised at the weddm of Mrs JosieMyes nd- Mr Johnz yafdj 1 ROBERTSON the hone of Bra Simms of Willisbnrg After the ceremony they went to the home of the grooms mother May joy Ian piace go with them Misses Mae Haydon and RessieKayea have gone to Louisville for a fewwteks visit with relatives there Beforereturn ing home Miss HaydpnYwill visit her brother in Indiana plfs Thejmen of the Baptist church wilp march to the home of D H Matherly and have a picnic Thursday Juljjl Thursday riight there will be an ed ucational campaign at the Baptist church All cordially invited Tatham Springs There are a number ot boarders at Tatham Springs atpresent Rev Hatchett preached Ito a large audience here Sunday Mr John Dennis and family of Pleasant Grove spent last Saturday rig tand Sunday at the home of Mr GW Shirley wplteach wickWlllteplace a new school house is being erected x JneatTo Mammoth Cavei WI shinsrtori county excursion to Mammoth Cave July 15 going on regu tripforrailroad tare board at Gave hotel Echo river route and greati1lftJnmoUx dome route in the Cave SeeL N Agent fate Ring Mrs Charles Rpurkh8lder of Glaa pecubarago Mrs Brkpo1d dreamed Barsherring a t5 I tAfwlater the ring Seemingly turntdto copper She put it away lid ta the the afternoon when she went to get it to show to a neighbor the tarnfrh had gOne This was on Thursday and on rinchadagadnaSsumed Mrs Burkholders nephew was drowned in the Cumberlaad river near Nash ville Last Saturday Mrs Burkbolder found that her ring had again tarnd- eppelori Bynog4yaj its Usual ceter but 0aadsy iniwi ii waa bek to again Mrs Burkbolder V quite aprebesisiye iftVefr some- calarnity evering vir c I y al t Ii t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 30 S r 1i ROOfIN t t Now is the time for that tin roof you want on We can furnish you all kinds pf Tin Iron Paper JItjorrRuberoid Roofing 4 From to4350 per Square If your roof is in need of Re = pairs be sure to see us j WE GUARANTEE ALL OUR WORK P1urnbingaSpecit1tyr We also carry the Best Line in Town of Builders Hardware end Farmers Tools If you are needing a SEWING MACHINE be sur e to call on us before buying r r Make Our Store Your Headquarters j r HatchettAnderslri Springfieldt1 Kentucky fr HAPPY HOLLOW We are having lots of rain at press ent Mr John Crow and family spent Sunday with the family of Mr Solo mon Kays Mr Tom Coulter spent Sunday with his aunt Mrs Nancy Scott of near here Mr Leland Kays ofMt Zion spent Saturday and Sunday with his brother IMr Sol Kaya Mrs Edward Hanby and sister Miss Myrtle Armstrong were in Springfield last ThursdayI Mrs John Armstrong and two daugh ters Myrtle and Mrs Erastis Perkins spent last Tuesday with the family of MrJ W Walls ot jBrooksville Mrs Bellforna Hanby and two sons spent Friday with the family of Mr J A Coulter I Mr Steve Scott and Miss Myrtle Armstrong attended a meeting at Wil lisburg Sunday and iried at the home of Mr Erastis Perkin and wife JrIrs Behforha Ha by and two sons spent last Thursday v ithher daughter Mrs Jonnie Matherby of near Scruggs ville Mrs John Perkins i s veryill at this writing Messrs Walter H a by Fitz Godby and Erastus Shields w ire in Wilhsburg Sunday afternoon calli ig Miss Mattie Shield has returned home after a three reeks stay with her sister iMrsj Dave H Ines Mrs J M Shields and family spent Monday with Mrs Nan cy Scott of near here ilIiSeveral from this place attended County Court at Sprin field Monday 11Yirs Sabe Coulter a d family spent from Tuesday to Thursday w th Mr Perry Ruby and family of Chaplin I I Tobacco Hogsheaps I LWepre I nish the trade tobacco Hogsheads this year We r assure good manufacture l and prompt service Re member this when yduto to buy Let us take Your Order F ROOFING v I II your roof leaks let us furnIsh you the mat rial to fixit If our off is rotten you need a new one We are opreparedP a tit new one at the lowest pr ces Flooring and Ceiling We are prepared to furnish with all kinds of Flooring and Ceiling Let us put you in a nice new floor in place of that oldrough wornout one r t t Wti will Ctrnpilt with hi wirli tn Pricts J Springfield Lumber Co l I H r TEXAS Miss Maud Wilson of Perryville is the guest of friends and relatives here Miss Maggie Snjith f Lebanon spent last week with Miss Kathleen Cambbell A Nice supper was enjoyed by the Maccabees of Texas Tent No 54 Tues ay night A crowd of Mackville boys and girls elivered an interesting play here Wed icsdajf night for thei benefit of the lethodist chijrch of Mackville A large rowd was present and the play and jiusic was enjoyed by all Mrs John D Peterson has been very improbedIof Spring eld Dr Barnette and wIfe of Mack ille and Prof J Lewie Harmon and ife of Bowling Green are visiting Mr and Mrs Jacob Kimberhn I Miss Virgie Mayes of Springfield pent the latter part of last Week with Miss Hattie Arnold Misses May Mayes and Ellen Simms spent Friday afternoon with Miss Hat t ArnoldMr Mrs R L Arnold spent Sun day with Mr Bob Minor and wife near ravel Switch ProfJ Lewie Harmon jeturned to hIs home in Bowling Green tyfonday af t r a few days visit with Mr and Mrs Jacob Kimberhn Miss Minnie Funk of Lebanon is vis lit ng Miss Kathleen Campbell Mr Chas Claybrooke is very ill at this writing The Ladies Baptist Missionary Socie ty met at the home of Mr R L Ar nold Saturday afternqori VlisS Hattie Arnold 13 the guest of Miss Virgie Mays ot Springfield Masses Lucy and Margie1 Cla brooke of Springfield spent Saturday and Sun Clay6rSomebodys Darling By Marie La Coste Into a ward of the whitewashed walls IayWSomebodys darling was borne one dayW Somebodys darling t so young and so brave Wearing still on his pale sweet faceSoon to be hid by the dust of the grave- he lingering light of his boyhood grace Ma ted and damp are the curls of gold Lissing the snow of that fair young brow Pal are the lips of delicate mou d 9wBakface J usheverywand silken thread graceSdead Kiss him once for somebodys sake- Murmur a prayer soft and low One bright curl from the cluster take T eYWere spmebodys pride you know Somebodys hand had rested there Wins it a mothers soft and wHIte And have he lips of a sister fair Been baptized in those waves of light knows best He was somebody Got love ebodyt heart enshrined him there Som body wafted his name above Night and morn on the wings of pprayerSom t as he marched away Looking so and i handsomerbrave Somebodys kiss on clung to his hand II Som bodys watching him Ye tj1ing to hold him again to her heart Ther he lips with his blue eyes dim An smiling childlike lips apart Tenderly b the fair young dead Pausing to drop on his grave a tear Cary on the wooden slab at his head fI Somebodys darling lies buried j here ig Event In Bardstown r fi Standard One of the greatest crowds ever assemblednere to attend a saltwas outon North Main street n to attend the lot sale this certainly demonstrates it pays o advertise as all the advertising areIthe s lendid results Col Gill S Mooreittfe auctioneer is the right man in thd right place The sale totaled 1466 6Q which makes a nice profit for the pr motors and still gives the people cheap lots The free lot was drawn by ingoJd1byAbQ t fiye weeks ago Messrs Henry Bros of Paris Ky purchased of Mr Kent 3 Barber a farm near the city limits hd graded new streets and broad alleys and subdivided it into desirable building lots They put in a great deal 0f concrete walk which improves per li1anen y this end of our city They ad yertisea lot sale in a catchy way and our people were glad to avail themsel yes of this splendid opportunity to buy these ery at prices far beloW hatdes1Qlelots to pay for less desirable sale The way theser ke tlemhandled this property md the tretlaent they accorded our people has Made them many friends here 4 v iv4 j IjTentv cky Star Flour Best made Try K tuckyStar Fiour So good r f- w v T S SPRINGFIELD IITlPHONE 72 I J TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT Pain orDanger Done in this offlcfe is ftrstt I BndII 3 paociaari 1paooo b I Personal Notes o e Visitors In and Out of Town A D Round Up oftheWeefCs 0 Personal News e 0 oaosoDaoo cioo0o- Miss Mabel Williams is visiting friends in BardstoVn Mr and Mrs A L Jenkins ol Cincinnati are visiting Mri Jenkins parents Mr and Mrs G D Duncan M isHarriet Ann Wheatley and granddaughter Miss Idudd of St Marys arevisiting fri nds here Miss Annie Maratta has returned home after spending several weeks wipr1t and MrsAL Jenkins of Cincinnati r Mr And Mrs J Boswell and children leave nusday for a yiajj to relatives at Gravel Stitch Mrs Jas Haydon of Bardstown- is the guest of her daughter Mrs Leot Haydon Miss Martha Waller returned to her home in Paris Monday after a visit to Miss Flaget Simms iRev R E G Law son is at Mack ville JIJMiss iSitis at the home of Mr J A h derI WiiJwatersw spent a few days in tovn last week Miss Fannie Wall rs spendmgsevt eral weeks with friends in Louisville Misses Burnette Ray and Clevie Smith returned to their home in Leba4 non Monday after aysit to Miss Bet tie Deboe Mr Henry T Royalty was in b noJ- Monday trProf JI T C Noe of Middlesboro nomCjISunday Mr Ore Matthews and wife of Illinois are visiting Mrs Matthews father Mr Robert Keeling nearMack Yille Mrs J W Riedel gave a handkerchief shower last Friday afternoon inj rrlcehvashandkerchiefs Refreshments were seryed Mr and Mrs T H Wright and little son of Danville spent the first of the week at the home ot Mr J F Greene They ca etb attend the PriceRapier wedding j IMr Rue of Harrodsburgj the guest of Dr Hopper of Pleasant Groye iMrE G Haydop and daughter Anna elle of BardstoWn are visiting Mr Hay dons sister Mrs Leo Haydon Miss Mary Elizabeth Carroll ot Louisville is the guest of Miss Ellens Simms this week lc H Hungarland ind wife visited Mrs Mary Lizzie JDunett Sunday and Monday =Miss Veola Brown is the guest of her sister Mrs N I McClasky of Bloomfield Misses Jennie Leach man and Sue Duncan will leave next Tuesday for Winfield Kans whet they will visit Miss Leachmans SIStafMrsOsc r SweeneyMiss JGertrude S ker of Bards town is visiting at the homeVoftMrG L Price MrS Janie WiUetba d Miss Ernes tine Knott will leave Saturday for a several weeks stay at St Cecelias Convent in Nashville Miss Lucille Payne of Louisville asthe guest of Miss Mabel Williams last week Mrs Jas C Chescbi r has returned to her home in Ft Scott Kans after a visit to herr mother Mrs Mollie Mayesn rMi J J McCabe spent the first of the week with his family at this place Mr and Mrs Edwin Smith of Bloomfield spent Sunday with Mrs Smiths parents Mr and Mrs Fielder Smith Mr W D G W Colvin are MCElrOrantprof at Williamsburg wi G McEhrby Mr Toni Edelen of Louisville has r t IIIF a ITS1 Guaran teed iIlilT Nt Fruits DOZEN JI 11invitedIt is guaranteed from start to finish and if they are pot what we claim we wJllrefu1d your moneyxi Call at our store arid let us explaih them to you Katie Hfertlem Bro been spending a few days With his sis ters Misses Kate and Carrie Edelen Misses FI get Simms Ida Charles Carroll and Martha Waller Messrs Wathen Sim sFrank Peters Hood Cunningham Evan Hagan Louis Kelly and Shaker Robertson attended the dance in Lebanon last Thursday night Miss Hattie Mitchell of Crescent Hill is the guest of her Cousin Mrs J F Pettus Miss Nell Greene was hostess at a parcel shower given last Thursday afternoon in honor of Miss Myrtle Price The hpue was beautifully decorated4in- wedding bells potted PlantSand cut flowers Miss Price was the recipient of many beautiful presents About twentyfive guests were present Mr and Mrs C H R McElroy of Kansas City Mo who tiaye been visi ting their parents for the past lew days ietjb for New York City Tuesday morning From thence theysail on July 3 for Europe I Miss Lillie Simms entertained at 500 last Thursday evening in hoiior of Miss Myrtle Price Those present were Misses Myrtle Price Bessie Campbell Eddie Shader Fannie Smith Nell Greene andAgnes Carrico Messrs Jesse Rapier Alex arid Lyniari Barber and Mr and Mrs J C Clements SPARROWI I Farmers are very busy harvesting grain of all kind which will make a light yield Corn and tobacco are very weedy as there has been so much wetweather it could not be worked Timothy meadows are very fine clover being a short crop Rev HL Olmstead filled his regu lar appointment at Fair Mount last Sunday a very large crowd being pres erif JD Sutherland and wifeot Sycar morel Valley spent Saturday night and Sunday with the latters parents at this place Miss Uappa Barnett has returned home alter ending seyeraTdaYs with friends apd relatives at Lexington 7- J T Cox and wife spent last Friday njght with W C Cammack and wife rsJ C Stewart and Miss leis V Cammack spent one day last week with Mrs Mollie Stewart near Black Ky iJ W Bird who went tq Louisville apout two weeks ago to bavda surgical operation performed died last Monday is remains were brought to Chaplin Fprd the following day for interment Deceased is survived by his mother and several sisters Mrs Mary E Hahn las returned home after spending a week with her sons nenrWatertQwn Jeff Case was thrown from a mule one day last week and his shoulder was dislocated j J G A Edmonson has accepted 4 posi I DR r slirsaifgAi tItHeap refeoth Mat FishV 0 ve8tables TRY A TODAY tionjn the store of Jeff Hughes at tilE place e Mrs Tyler Brothers who went to Lquisville last week to undergo a surji cal operation died last W ednesday SIr fidRyiRey H L Olmstead She is survive by her husband and several childrea Z who have the sympathy of all in UioiP bereavement f Of Interest to farmers andV1flechaaict f Farmers and mechanics frequently meet with slight accidents and injuries which cause them much annoyance aaC loss of time A ciQt or bruise may be cured in about one third the time uswfr applyingChamberlaiasLiniment ceived This liniment is also valuable d for sprains soreness of the muscles and rheumatic pains There is no danger s blood poisoning resulting from an mjllrY when Chamberlains Liniment M before the parts become inflameda HaydnDrug McINTIRLVV i i Mrs TvEBalIard and Miss Sallied McIntire are spending this weekIt Tatham SpringsVVMrs George Wise died t her home near Finley Baylor County on the 28da instr of consumption She waslazfavorably known here being the daughter of Mr John Williams of tkic place Her remains werebrought1RSt Rose for burialRBorn on the 13th stilt to Mr Mrs Clell Piles a boy I Mrs Otha Graves and Mrs Sallie draY s were called to Fenwickrecentlj the serious illness of their relative Edward GravesIDY Robert McIntire bought ef McLain one three year oil mare price unknown j Mr George Edelin and daughter EI jV la are guests of relatives in Louisville l this weekI Mr Nat lements little daughter of Uniontown is visiting her grande- nts Mr and Mrs George Clements of this place t Mr and Mrs Manny Alvey entertiinei a few of their relatives and friends itK Dants Station on Surib y last T Miss Lucy Burns of New Albany w visiting her grandmother Mrs Rose Cecil this wee Mr John Bearaden of Bardstowa was in ourmidst list week Mrs Katie Canary Ale and daters Bessie and Catherine of Lebanon were in oiir midst Sunday i MissHester and Lucy Blanjfprdvi e ted relatives in Marion County eii Sunday lastifree Wheat BagsV Farmers who will contract their 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was true and a sec ond shower of plaster fell Poor Cupid I1 said the girl He ought to have netting put around him A lot better for the world if he hadsaid Charlie promp ly Cyclic Whos wasting time now What are you going to giv me fifteen and a licking But youre not What Not lfi No Ill take 15 Not a licking You wont be able to he p It Come on They took their n opposite sides to the titTheser Ice fell to Charlie Gently he sent the ball across If you insult me with a other serv ftIAll Charrlie sent In an express G t you tat time I think Try it again HI will Take that Oh pretty Do YOU mean me a ked Edie calmly Im dashed if I do m dear I- meant your return f 1vEEkL Y- COURIERJO RNA Henry Wjtl son Editor Is a national Newspaper Democratic in 1y polities Itj prints all the news without fear or favor The regular price is100 a year but you can get the WEEKLY f COURIERJOURNAL and i THE SUN 6OTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLy t 1I so tad I J IfYouwiU give or s n your order to this papernot to the CourierJournal II t Daily eouriec Journal oneyear r 00 Sunday Courier Journat one year 00 SWe can give you a combination cut rate j on Daily or Sunday if ypu will write tills paper w 34Jtti ttw li u a jUAiv j Yes Jt did make you bitrjThinkYou cid Ailright my fair cousin Ill make you look sillier before Ive finished pith yout h And murmured thee damaged Cupid heard will make you both look slllj before I have nnished with you Ill teach you tospbil my plas ter Servic return and rally went on through he afternoon Charlie wasI hot Edi flushed and panting Her hair was no longer the perfection of neatness but Its stray curls framed her face adorably At length as she rushed cross the court to take a bledIandthe pe estal upon which Cupid stretche his bqw oil hde ishe cried Ive hurt my wrist What up now said jCharlie standing over her and looking at the flushed ace upturned to his with lively ad iration Youre not really turt are you iam Its that statue Confo ndedly in the way that Cu pld gr wlQd Charlie Sure youre not shamming Im n t You can look if you like See my vrlst Charlie knelt down Its fiightfully swollen isnt it she said extending it liB an awfully pretty wrist he said taki ig it tenderly It Isn Its swollenI prettybeforejIts th swelling that makes It that shape he explained It will go down In ime Edie you little humbug it swollen Eta11 i isntII She tri tl to snatch her hand I must say you havent much sym pathy sle said Let it go if theres nothing 10 matter with It There Is nothing the matter with it thats why Im keeping it I rain see what my Wrist Isto youTNo 1 Suppose I was to ask fdr the hand Charll Yes You What do ybu Wh y do you Oh ont you think we had bets ter goon with our game Could t allow it my dear Your wrist Is sprained Besides you havent a swered my question You shouldnt ask such silly ques tions Isit a silly question 1 Yes And w y1 Becau ebecause you ought to know the answer Ah v Con er ation became Incoherent except pe rhaps to Cupid whose lan guage it wasI was at least 15 minutes efore English was spoken again I won er what the B90re was when we left of said Edie a fine air r itiJ hIL lof 1 it-I ft l t to the em to rot trleoIIll hajve to have some one w th me next time I go that way I w uldnt dare go alone now WE PRINIT SALE BILLS AND PRINT THEM RIGHT r Dont Preach About r Dome Trade rand at the same time send your orders for job printing out of town Your hoe printer can do your work just as good and in nine cases ott of ten he can beat the cityr mans prices because he pays much jess for runningt ex penses By sending your next printing order Ito thisoffics youll be better satisfied all aroundand youll be keeping e the money at home r 5i J J tv 1QQd QQQQQQQaQQf1f1 QQQOol Qo g J 1 I FOR SALE t5 t I 0- a A FARM of 23O Acrestl Situated 4 i2 miles from Bardstewn en Ctxs Creek tgQo iwrv 0 This farm contains 96 acres ofneveroverfiowing bdttom 0 landacres timothy clover and blue grass ndtiothyg land clover meadow 15 iacres of valuable blue 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in Twentyfour he urs atterhatchlng Is plenty early eno igh to begin to feed the little chicks When working In the soft grpu d with the horses his spring try work ing them without shoes j After the she ps wool overcoat is removed be sum that they are not exposed to sharp chill winds f Keep theyouia stock growing right from the start set back Is alwa hard to overcom j and proves exp n sive rsrenerallyFruit Is easy foijattier and the trees do not take up vm ach room pQdsandearly garden C oked with pork they make a most app Uilng dish cr Remember tha the newborn colt must have milk luring the first half hour after it is b rn and must be fed tbeldamCrushed oats wheat bran and oil meal makes ag od mixture for the young colts to mu ich on and they will learn the trick early if given the chance H Have a limit se to the period of the days work No firmer can expeel to keep good farmielp If tie labor in fieLds runs frim funto sun and a dozen cows to n ilk titter dark Farmers invite attacks of cholera InI wayInlong since been c needed that it pays to keep the hogs in wholesome sur roundings as well as it does the other animals on the fzrm A drag which llldo good work firming and level ng the soil can be mad l by borlngles18 Inches from each end of five or six round poles six feet in length then stringing them on chains by p asslng the chins through the holes and letting them come together In f ont where the team Is hitched This drag will crush clods as it passes over them firm the soil and leave it level and smooth The suggestion as often been made that the bull Js improved where he is work d With i pthinghut Idleness it is no wonder th it they so often be come vicious Thy have nothing to do but to study deviltry For some In ltooage of rapldlydoin j things we do not expect to ean ncreasa of the use of oxen on the farm 0But we have the bulls and if workl jg them Will make putthemA man needs ordinary hoi se sense and a willingness to learn from the goodhandto be successful mbst be with horses and be a close o server of their moods manners an makeup A colt Should be trained rom the first moment that he Is tel led to his feet It taught to yield e rlytomans re straint and guidance he will never need breaking v To folloW his masi natureleverwhen he is given sieed permit It for canbearRopy inllk Is caused by a ferment and develops after the qillk Is drawn and Is die to bacteria but it is not considered an unhea thy condition for cheeses are nearly all made front milk which has undergo e this fermenta tion The peasants of Norway con sider ropy milk a desirable beverage seriouslyJothreads This trouble frequently at fects the milk of a dairy day after day and fs only by the most dras tic measures Outbre ks of this nature ferquently Ticcur iii the cold months because the bacteria of this group thrive better at low temperatures than the lacticacid bacteria which holjj them In check und r normal itlons In one case It was found hat these bactefla were abundant in the dust of the stable The trouble was removed ba thorough cleaning and- whftewashl11g M pn the pff days for the horse light en up on the grain feed Do not feed turnips or other roots to ewes right after lambing Cleanliness in the hog pen will make and more gppfk from the same amount of food Take caret of the grass lands All things considered they are the best investment on the farm If the horses are worked until they are too tired derangement of the di gestive organs Is apt to follow It the nUsIng pigs are troubled with looseness of the bowls put the sow on a dry feed of oats for a day or two r quthepoundlnglaceof eAcy to slip off the nail when struck April hatches do better than those which are brought off later The get a good start befoje the hot weather Lookover the fences this spring The young stock will quickly learn to be breechy If the weak places in the fences invite their escape t xThe calves will early learn to nibble at bran or other feed if it isj placed conveniently before them Alfalfa or clover hay Is fine for them too When doing the heavy spr ng plow ing lift the collars of tile horses oc caslo ally and let the not shoulders cool off Bathe at night In cool water Two seasons of profit for the sheep At lambing time and at shearing time And for the two crops a year the sheep are comparatively little trouble =Llcp on stockcan be killed by mak ing a strong Infusion of tobacco and water and sponging the animals thoroughly once every three days for while J A fentiT is quite essential In the farrowing pen to prevent the sow from lying on the little pigs With the fender the little pigs can get out of her way Sore shoulders on the horses in the spring are abad thing Nine cases out pf ten itis due to carelessness Watch the collars A horse with a sore shoulder will not pull Mike long straight wS in the gar den yPlant the rows far enough apart so tlt the horse cultivator can be SucH methods will make the garden an easy nroposltion Turn your wood ashes into fruit by sprinkling them In the orchard Do the farmwork on a schedule and give the women folks a chance to have the meals at stated hours Everything will run more smoothly in and out of the house If you do and you will also be surprised how much more work you get done in the allotted time than yor- did before on thsold putter endless chain plan Dandelion sala Is a favorite early spring dish wit i some One who makes it every year and knows the wrinkle says that it should be made of dandelion heads before the leaves have begun to tjirn green or appear above the surface of the soft The small compact hd of the plant will- e found almost hid4eziby the yoqng rass in a Jittle hollow It Jooks like i little piricyshion in which little 3reamy fl6shyt folds lie tightly packed ether showing delicate coloring of ale pipk light green yellow and sometimes lavender Wash well and erve with oil tand ylnegar rpr lemon uice Our heart reechoes the sentiment tpressed by the Albion N Yl Re ubllcan in the 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Exchange The Maysville liquor dealers have feed the price of all wet goods about Jl lper cent They are the only dis j r8itl a territory surrounded by twenty dry cothitiesMaysville Tele cnln lThe U Grecian bend was ugly enough The bustle the limit did reach thingsButpeach There seems to be an idea that the- iMt way to sidetrack a carnival of letanus after the Fourth is to lay in a stock of antitoxin Theres a better way dbnt lay in a stock of toy pistols Louisville Times J hen a little boy asked his mama if the heathens wear any clothes and- e told him they do not he inquired Then why did papa put a button in Hie hat passed around in church this nirig1 H Alof us have ourtroubles you know AnAsoane ofus not a few l itTs words of cheer we Iik6 to hear What sort of a friend are you Detroit FreeFress According to Mrs Gould society women are at thV mercy of their ser- isIs far as their reputation is con eBtrsed Fortunately the average wo reputation is not sp fragile as the plaintiff in the celebrated divorce suit Lou tnillePest tare white onion eaten slowly will vemre the odor of vapilla cecream ireiUjthe breathCourier4ournale- rtainly and it will remove friends j I into an adjPimng room as quickly as a snowball will melt in thje lower tegions The members of a hurch in Paris JM6 are experiencing i novelty in discipline A committee ol three men are investigating the repo ts of improper Conduct among the male members while a committee x f three ladies are performing a similar uty toward the wayward sisters Wouldnt you like to hear a phonographic rejrt of the gab vesttgatelI Of course there is no heroism rightInBecause clean mons tight Yet harder is it thus tc live Than shine in brilliant strife And often are the commonplace- The HEROES real of Baltimore American ITJie baseball player has as h rda time to make a hpniei un as some of pur married men who go down town at night Elizabethtowh N ws t The Devill 4Gf W D In Danville Advocate Who sets up the patents distributes the pi And washes the rollers with benzine and lye Whos ink on his hands aiid smut on his face With his pantaloons patched in the usual place Who carries in coal and sweeps out the dirt And old Jqsephs coat can match with his shirt The Devil wholejforeman away Whos sent qn an errand to make no delay Andthen tries to see how long he dan 1stay Whos hair is it 3ticksthrougTithe holes Jn his hat y And who is it worries the old office 1cat The Devil Who is it that runs the press at full speed And ddnt care a darn How crooked hell 1feedZ M Who is it that wants you his copy to iOread And will still make the b artof the proofieaderbleedI Who is t ems that V4dd to smoke cigarettes i The Devil Who is it that now has aj light in his eye not notice in pissing IWho with tihe years as they flv thatsHWho is it that now wears a mile on his face And the editors chair in the future Imay grace The JJevilI Rich Mens Gifts Ar Poor beside this I want to go o i record assaying that I regard Electri Bitters as one of the greatest Drifts tl at God has made to woman writes Mrs O Rhine vault of Vestal Center N I can never torget what it has done for me This glorious medicine Drives a woman dandjubilantness Sleeplessness Melancholy Head athe Backache Fainting and Dizzy Spells soon builds up the wieak Haydonj4Robertsons ill j4 jtx jI 4ff TEXAS Left from last week MI sea Pearl and Edith Hungate of TathWnSpringi are spending a few we at this place M1and Mfr Joe Mattingly of Spfrm rfield spent Sunday with Prof Durm and wife Mr Leslie Purdom who has been ill outIAlril HenderHon Bag el1 died at his home ear here of paralysis Mrsj R L Arnold attended the com menc ment exercises at St Catharine last week Mrjl arid Mrs JD Peterson ahd Golden Peterson spent last week with relatives at Antioch and Tatham Springs Mrs J DV Turner and children of Lexington are visiting Mr and Mrs J R Oiaybrooke I Mrs Tom Wise of Lebanon pent the latter part of the week with her fath rj Mr G P Claybrooke Misses Margie and Lucv Clay brpoke ofS r ngfield spent Sunday with their fathrM Jacob Peterson has returned horn j after a two weeks visit tohis brot lerinlaw Mr John Kimberhn of Wic litkJ1Mo j M jStarl Hu1J ate has returned to his home at Tatham Springs after a visit td Dr A Y Hatchett- M Frank Hardin spdht part of last wee with relatives at Tatham Springs LEASANT GROVE R iv and Mrs Baird of Mackyille ape t si iveral days with Mr J S Yan key red sntly M ss4Warren Rose and James Will iarn visited Ed and Ch is Litsey from Wednesday un til Saturday Mrs A L Litsey is visiting her dauj fhte Mrs James Claybrooke of Sprngfiold Mrsj lames Noe and children visited her pdre its here on last Friday Miss Frances Litsev entertained the you g D jople at her home on Thursday eve ling r uhet wing of Louisville is visi ing her cousin Miss Della Ray larejory W iss illie Morton of Louisville and MISJ Mzyme I onelly of Springfield are witl Miss vmhrQ Conner this week I M r3 1 S Yankey has returned af ter a vis t to her daughter Mrs W J Sch ener of Geneva N Y Jlrs I ugh Noe and children of Co lum ia are at the home of Mr S C Vii arsda e iR v a tid Mrs J W Carter and daU thter of Lexington are with MrsV Car ers parents Mr and Mrs jSYarkey The M ssion Study Class of Pleasant Gro re ch jrch have postponed thcir ice cream soial from the 23nj of Tune to Thu sday July 1 at theJwme of J F Gre org M ss Jei inie Leachmanwas the week end Ejuest of Mihs Frances Litsey M N innie Bbbbitt of Lebanon is visit ing h r sister Mrs A L Ltsey M sM V Hyatt and children spent a f jw d yXlast week with Mrs J R Dur ett M sses label Thompson Ellen Gregory Harv y Vanarsdale Eleanor Reed Dell Ray Gregory and Messrs I P H 4 Haynes Bavidson Reed Fred Var ats dale W J Martin Henry Gregory and Chas Litsey attended the party on Monday evening given 1y Misses Gra ham arid Martin at the home ot Miss Martin Mrs Kate Martin who hS spent sever months with her ton J L far tin is now with Mr Sherman Ma tin MartitXpects spent Sunday withrelatives in Mack vJIJeoj Stomach Troubles Many remarkable cures ot storiach troubles have been effected by Cam berlains Stomach and Liver Tab ets One man who had spent over twot lou sanddollars for medicine and treat ent was cured by a few boxes of these tab lets Price 25 cents Samples free at The Leo Haydon Drug Co Marys Educated Hen Mary had a little hen With feathers white as snow She flew across a garden tence Where hens ought n it to got Now Mary was a pretty maid = Her age was twentyfive yetBecause This hen had been a Vassar girl Who tried in vain to wed Her soul had gone into a hen As soon as she was dead Andthus this hen had brains you see soiShegardenfence To help her catch a beau A bachelor heard her fortaeIJy And got the egg she laid He followed home sweet Marys h n Not thinking of fair maid He handed in the big white egg And got a smile so sweet That Marys hen stood on one leg And thrilled the band to beat Sothis cute hen laid every day In the nest just oer the way And ightbackv And got more smiles for pay- ne day she laid a double eggS caughtSoWhen home that egg he brought Here is two eggs within one she Why cant we two be one And Mary whispered Very we Here take me I am won Before the veil falls on this tale patItAnd not to nurse a house cat Looking Ones Best Its a womans delight ta lock herb st but pimples skin eruptions sores- and boils rob life of joy Listen uct lens Arnica Salve cures them makes the skin sdf t and velvety ngl rifles the face Cures Pimples Sore Eyes Cold Sores Cracked Lips Ch pped Hands Try it Infallible for rile 25c at Haydon Robertsons Marion County Falcon and Enterprise Chief Deputy United States M rshal Blades arrested Charles Clarkof J Jean town and brought htm before f S Commissioner C BQldrickSatu He was charged with moonshining bootlegging etc HVgave blfncf n the sum pf 500 for his appearance I efore the U S District Court in Lou sville for trial at the October term Mr R W Taylor sold to Mpsars Tom Thompson and E Ml Hughes of Raywicklthree tracts of land co tam total of 233 acres of land thecon eideration being 10000 This lai d lies partly In the extreme west end c f Marion county and partly ln Laruc untjr The Jefferson Prpperty Co pi Lou isville sold tot R G Edwards 3 M Hughes and Tom Thompson a tr ict of 229 acres of land near St Marys for 10314 This land lies on the road lead ing from the Brown FPreman distillery property to the kaywick road T14e un divided interests are Mr Tayloi one half andMessrs Thompson and Hi ghes onefourth each =ttSeveral days ago while plowi g on his farm at a place where many ears ago a house stoqd R H Helm found an old Spanish coin On one side of it is 1807 Garolus llll Dei Gratia1 and on the otherhHIspan Et Ind Rex M 8 ltkT H The coin is slightly rger than the American dollar and js also apparently a bit heavier The ouse which stood on the place where the cola was found has been torn awa fpr about forty years A number ol Mr Helms friends have adv sM him to make aJ further search of the olace where the house stood thinking that he might possibly unearth a quanti by of money buried during the war bet veen the tates Mung for 15 Years by Indigestions pangs tryingnany medjcineinN C at last used Dr Kings New Life Pills and writes they wholly cured him They cure Constipation BiliOus ess Sick Headache Stomach Liver Cid ney and Bowel troubles 25c at Ha don 4 Robertsons 1 REVOLUTION IN THE TELEGRAPH Actfr 6fWestern Union and Postal Arouses PublicI indignation Significant Action of Govern men In Honoring Independent Company Raprd Service and Cheaper Rates 1II York June 25 Several months agoUlwas Introduced In the Mast sachus tts legislature requiring tele graph om panics fo forward with evl cry the exact time It wasf filed transmissimi It was contended tot this vonlcf insure a prompter on the part of the telegraph llS that It would give the re celter of the message the satisfaction of knoWing how long It had beenju transit and finally thatthis is pre cisely vhat tile government does with letters Notwithstanding the opposi tion o the old telegraph companies tile bill became law to take effect Jane 10 A cicuar order was issued by the Western Union company to its office managers in Massachusetts instructing them jo charge for carrying the time of filing whIch means that it purposes to use the liyv to its pecuniary advan tage For example says the letter if a message is filed at 1145 a m1 the words Time filed llE45a m will be transmitted as a part of the check and Jvill bE counted and charged for as extra words The Postal Telegraph company also intimated its intention make this extra Charge This action on the part pf the tele graph trust aroused a storm of indlg hatloni all oVer the state and Immediate action was taken to amend the bill to compel the companies to carry the fillnp time free of charged The press is commenting In very strong terms on what is called corporate In solence The Boston Post comment Ipg op the matter editorially states- It Is entirely clear that the objection of the telegraph companies is not to the expense or trouble involved A very simple system of code signals would enable the companies to place the time of filing upon their state messages Five or six words woujd not bo required Two or three code Iette over the wire would troubleThepanies is that the stating of the time of filing a message would reveal the long Pond inexcusable delays to which messages are often subjected But the reason why the telegraph is used at all is to save Ume In transmit ting a message and when the public pays for such expedition it certainly has a right to know whether the service for which it pays is rendered in telegraph systems abroad It is customary to fur fish such Information without charge and there is no good reason why it should not be done here Jn factS there should not only be a state law but a national law requiring it so that reasonable promptness in handling Interstate messages would also be assured For some months a new Independent telegraph company the Telepost has been operating commercially in tas Bachusetts and other New England states One of the features of this new telegraph companys service Is the carrying of the filing time free of charge pn all Its mesSageS and this Is being done between all points reached by its lines both In the East and Middle West By this system messages ate trail mitted at the enormous speed of 1000 word a minute over any one wire thus enabling the company to do busi ness at a fraction of the cost to the older companies which operate by the old method of hand trans slonj Not only does the Telepost company carry the filing time free but it sends a telegram pf twentyfive words for Jithaswords for 25 cents known as Tee Wteandten cc nt message known as a Teleca d Is treated in the same way as a Te e post and delivered on a postcard Juding from Ue situatlonwhl ii has arisen In Massachusetts and tIe manrier fn which It has been met jy the Western Union and Postal com a riles jit would seem that the pub Ic can look for little relief In the mater of quicker service or cheaper rai es from these companies The Importance of this Telepost s tem cannot be overestimated and Iti is significant that the United States pit eat office is exhibiting the system un governm4ntbulldthg of tM most wonderful of modern In ventlojnscarrylng a basic patent It the only exhibit advancement in he telegraphic art For some time during the last ses sion 0f congress there was a deinn nd made for government control of ti Ie graph and pomibly pr Ierest PD the government In the Teleppst Yte i jn t unconneCted demand liutJ the Telepost company states that system Is not for sile and It platii4irebeing pushed forwjrd for c nnecfln up the estdd w st nddin important sections In rapid sic cessloa until the system covers be whol count WIt i nubUcsuppOrt any IIfaclnf this independent telegraph ct mi pany In establlshlngj its system sho ild be m terlnny minimized If not ell noted and when the older companies give uucli proof of their readiness to snatch at any opportunity to mulct public it Is time that ipdepcnd hoI fight should bo given erery possl support THE WORLDS SliEATESTSEWINS MACHINE Kti iiME UyouwantettheraVlbratlngShuttle Rota Shuttle orasingic Thread rOhafnlJlUMj Sewing Machluewrlto to THE NEW HOME SEWINQ MACHINE CIMPANY Orange MassMany sewinr machines are made to sell regardless of quality but the New Home is made to wear 1Uur guaranty never runs but Soldby authorized dealer eaiy EdWI Russel SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN r flthisyour stock etd so we can discontinue the advertisement Under his head all persons vrttfo are subscriber to The Sim may insert free Qf charge advertisements or heat corn oatand other wastedLaddforserted in anotli departmonbof thp paper at ilothtng9UljiiC W Homan Springfield Ky wants to buy a tonof good clean tImo- thy hay Hite Glements Rt2 hast r sale 1000 bushels ot corn W D Claybrooke Springfield has for sateTOO feet of tobacco beds Will sell cheap C L BradY Rt3 has for site 350 feet of tobacco beds C Hontkomery Springfieldtias for sale 500 feet ofthbaceo beds Mrs Sam Tucker Rt 1 hasfor salt Rhode Island Red eggs From pen LOOT for 15 from yard 15 JL Allen Springfield has for sale 2yearold colt Lloyd Havdon Jr Rt 4 has for sale Pekm Duck eggs 50c for setting of 15 Ri A Thompson 4 red rtcktdwn haS for sale 400 bushels of com SJB Nally Rt 2 has for sale a fine Jack registered ready for use IwiU sell worth the money MraJ M Elder RtLebanOn 50CfotJ K Qheatham Springfield has for sale a r of nice mare mules well broke Also a pair of nice jroqng jacks H S Litsey Rt 4 has for sale aIQtj- of nglilJh Maple trees Mrs BL Litsey has for saleS C B Leghrrnegs S C BufF Orpington eggs from pen100 for 15 4Leo Nally Rt2 hasfor salePitt Game Eggs Setting of 16 tor flOe or 3for125 Misco Christie Lebanon Rt 3 has for sale pure bred single comb brown Leghorn eggs 15 for 5Uc saleSCpens 150 and 250 forsetttig of 15 From yard pOc for 15 eggs Mrs UrH Cregor Rt 8 Lebanon KYYihas fbr sale eggs from thorough bred chickens S C Rhode Island Reds andBP Rocks 50c for 15 Telephone A C Kimball Springfield has for poforW H Le china RtIhas for sale white seed corn WL Pv Merntt Springfield has for sale Boone County White Seed Cprn This corn grew 75 bushels to the acre last year Price 2 per bushel in ears OJ4t itutSEWING MACHINK tXOLLEITBEARINQ v HIGH GRADL 1reliable STRONGEST GUARANTEE National ScwIngMachInc C lBELVIDEKB ILLINOIS i